Permafund, as part of Permaculture Australia, provides small grants to community permaculture projects in Australia and overseas. We are pleased to announce that our next grant round will focus on designing for disaster, including bushfire preparedness and recovery.
In 2018 Permafund supported the Foundation for Research and Sustainable Development (FRSD) with micro grant funding for their project in Tamil Nadu, India to teach marginalised farmers how to produce biochar as a low cost solution for the remediation of degraded soils.
The team from Permaculture Australia’s Permaculture International Public Fund (well known as Permafund), is extremely grateful for the generous donations from individuals, key supporters and fundraisers that have enabled the 2018 round of micro-grants. With donations of AU$13,000 to distribute, Permafund received applications from projects in India, Kenya, Nepal and Australia. From 16 applications the […]
Permafund grant round 2018 guidelines 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. Grant applications over AUD $2,000 will be considered on the basis of their cost-effectiveness in comparison to smaller-scale projects. Reporting requirements might be […]
A 2017 Permafund micro-grant of AU$2,000 has supported THREAD Siddharth village to establish a demonstration food chain system for the benefit of 54 tribal women’s organisations in Orisha, India.
In its 2015-16 grant round PA’s Permafund supported GrassRoots Economics, Kenya with a A$2,000 grant.
Permaund supports 5,000 Kenyan children to plant 5,000 trees…
In its 2015-16 grant round Permafund supported the Sekolahku-MySchool Kebun Dapur Program in Yogyakarta with A$1,000…
The 2015 Permafund grant round is now open for application. Grants are available for amounts up to AUD $2,000 to community based organisations in Australia or overseas — closing date 16 October 2015.
We’ve received some heart warming news from Haiti where John McKenzie is spending some time offering aid work and permaculture teaching.