Online Safety Grants Program
The Online Safety Grants Program, led by eSafety, is part of the Australian Government’s commitment to keeping children and young people safe online.
Grants of between $80,000 and $1 million are available to non-government organisations (NGOs) registered as a not-for-profit charitable organisation with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.
The program supports the delivery of online safety education to children, young people and their communities, or training to those who work with them.
A total of $9 million is available over the life of the program, allocated in rounds in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Find out more about the successful Round 1 applicants and their projects.
Round 2 – Grants announced
eSafety has awarded $4.5 million worth of new grants to 15 non-government organisations under Round 2 of the Online Safety Grants Program.
These organisations were selected from a large pool of high-quality applications following a competitive assessment process conducted in accordance with the Program Guidelines.
The selected projects will be delivered across all states and territories to a diverse range of audiences, including children and young people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, children and young people who identify as LGBTIQ+, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, and metropolitan, rural, and remote communities.
Find out more about the successful Round 2 recipients and their projects.
Information about Round 3 will be announced via the eSafety website in early 2022.
You can register your organisation's interest in the Online Safety Grants Program to receive future updates.
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The objectives of the Online Safety Grants Program are to:
- support innovative development, collaboration and implementation of online safety education programs
- ensure children, young people and their communities can access inclusive citizen-focussed online safety education resources
- promote and increase the positive and safe use of digital technologies in at-risk communities, via improvements in service delivery
- contribute to driving diversity and inclusion online through resources for at-risk communities
- encourage help seeking behaviours and provide clear pathways for assistance for children and young people who are experiencing some form of online harm
- create a culture within schools and communities where safe online behaviours among children and young people become routine
- deliver projects that use co-design principles and evidence-based frameworks as standard practice for delivering online safety education
- embed Safety by Design principles in the development of solutions and programs, where appropriate.
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