Seeking a Grant

The Foundation grants in the areas of:

  • Reducing Inequality
  • Social justice and the law
  • Environmental sustainability

We have a particular emphasis on projects with purposes and benefits in Victoria. For the 2019/2020 financial year, the Reichstein Foundation will be granting principally through invitation. We are not taking applications at this time. Our grants strategy will be reviewed again in 2020.

Visit our Past Grants page to see some of our featured grant partners and projects.

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Photo: Reichstein Foundation's Program and Operations Manager Clare Land with some of the change makers that the Foundation has supported in 2017.

Photo: Clockwise from left – Andreana Reale (Urban Seed), Julie Reilly (Australian Women Donors Network – AWDN), Emma Dawson (Per Capita), Elaine Czulkowski (Australians for Equality), Karrinjeet Singh-Mahil (Farmers for Climate Action), Shahleena Musk (Human Rights Law Centre), Lou Malcolm (tilde: Melbourne Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival), Deng Maleek Deng (Flemington & Kensington CLC), Kelvin Thomson (Alliance for Gambling Reform), Nick Moraitis (Australian Progress), Gabrielle Fakhri (Australian Muslim Women Centre for Human Rights), Susan Rennie (North East Primary Care Partnership), Clare Land (Reichstein Foundation), Amida Cumming (AWDN). Taken at the Tools for Social Change Workshop for Reichstein Foundation partners in Melbourne, 2017.

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