Applications from not-for-profit organisations, tertiary institutions and PhD students who are undertaking innovative projects and research that will enhance the use of the Internet for the Australian community are now invited to apply.

This year, the Foundation has introduced a single, streamlined online form. Applications opened on Monday 8 February and will be accepted until 5pm AEST on Friday 11 March 2016. Following the assessment process, grants will be awarded in mid-2016.

The auDA Foundation offers grants of up to $25,000. Last year’s grants were awarded to a diverse range of projects in areas such as sustainability, cyber-safety, indigenous digital literacy, and online resources for parents of young people at risk of eating disorders.

All funding information and details on applying for a grant can be found here