Q: A Haring grant requires applicants to have dgr1 - can i apply under the auspices of another organisation that has this status if i do not?

A: Yes, we will accept applications via auspice arrangement. A signed auspice agreement or similar document should be attached to the expression of interest form where this is the case, and the expression of interest must be submitted by the organisation that has DGR1 status. Alternatively, you do not need DGR1 status to be eligible for a Hampton grant.

Q. What iF the organisation that auspices me haD a turnover greater than $1 million in thE previous financial year? Does that render me ineligible even if I don't have a turnover of this size?

A: No, as long as the project/organisation that the auspice organisation plans to direct the funds towards did not have a turnover greater than $1 million in the previous financial year it is eligible.

Q: my organisation / project Doesn't really fit some of the guidelines, is it worth applying?

A: If you're unsure as to whether or not you fit the guidelines or criteria please contact us to discuss your application.

Q: Can i submit more than one expression of interest?

A: You can not submit multiple expressions of interest for the same grant, but you can submit an expression of interest in more than one grant round, irrespective of whether or not you were successful previously.

Q: individuals can apply for hampton grants, but you are not open to funding 'projects that benefit an individual'. How does this work?

A: Applicants must demonstrate how they will use the funds to benefit others, not just themselves. The funds can go to an individual, but must be used for broader community benefit.

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