Permafund grants are available for amounts up to AUD $2,000 to community based organisations in Australia or overseas to support their work restoring and improving the environment and building sustainable communities. Applications close 16 October 2017.
Your dollars help Permafund make a difference… pre-30 June is a great time to give! Environmental degradation, food and water security are among the biggest concerns for millions of people around the world today. Want to know how you can make a difference?
Permaculture Australia’s Permafund donations and small grants scheme funds community improvement projects through microgrants. Tax-deductible (for Australian taxpayers) donations are received any time of the year, including the end of the financial year.
Through its annual grant process, Permaculture Australia’s Permafund is supporting tribal women in Orissa, India to learn to grow millet, an ancient grain that was once a staple crop.
A 6 day workshop for permaculturalists wishing to work in challenging environments such as refugee camps, remote communities, disaster zones, low income countries and areas of conflict.
PA’s Permafund committee is pleased to have recently helped auspice a successful grant application for the Tropical Permaculture Handbook…
Eight thousand dollars may or may not sound much to us in this country, but imagine how far it can take you if you’re in Kenya, India or Cameroon…
Attached is a report from workshops held at the 2015 International Permaculture Convergence 12 in England.
Food security and commuity development are being enabled by a community currency in this Kenyan project that received funds from Permaculture Australia’s Permafund scheme.
Permaculture Australia’s Permafund ambassador, Ro Morrow, speaks of the benefits of the organisation’s small funded projects. John Champagne, Permaculture Australia’s Permafund convenor, also appears in the video…