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Get Online Week Grants Now Open

Get Online Week event grants are now open for applications!

Offered by Good Things Foundation Australia through the Be Connected program, the $1,000 grants are available for organisations to host a digital skills event for their community between 17 - 23 October 2022.

These grants could be used by community organisations (like NHW) to fund either online or COVID-Safe face-to-face events that encourage people to try one new thing online.

Each event is different. Whether it's a morning tea, a meeting with a relevant guest speaker or a sausage sizzle, hosting an event is a great opportunity for people to receive local support in a friendly way. Here are some fun Get Online Week event ideas to get you started: https://aus.getonlineweek.com/get-online-week-event-ideas.

During previous Get Online Week’s, people have learnt how to find YouTube tutorials about their favourite craft, gone on a QR code treasure hunt, and even holidayed from their armchair!

Get Online Week events give people the chance to find the support they need to improve their digital skills while connecting with people in their local community.

The Get Online Week 2022 grant application window is now open and closes on 5 August 2022.

Grant availability, value, guidelines and terms and conditions may change each year, so please check the grant information on the Get Online Week website carefully before applying.

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