We champion learning that is more engaging, inclusive and creative

Alongside our long-term partnerships we also provide opportunity grants to organisations that address at least one of our goalsThe grants (up to $25,000) are for organisations to trial, develop or learn something new about their work. These can be a one-off, discreet offering or an opportunity to learn more about each other and develop a deeper understanding of how we can work together.

Some of our latest opportunity grant recipients are featured below:


Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation

In 2015 Dusseldorp Forum supported the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF) with $15,000 to assist in funding the production of a visual documentary of the ALNF’s Kempsey – Macleay Valley Early Language and Literacy Project and subsequent expansion into the Nambucca Heads – Bowraville area. Read more.




sharing_stories_small_grant Sharing Stories Foundation

In 2015 Dusseldorp Forum supported Sharing Stories Foundation with a small grant of $25,000 to evaluate their Victorian Digital Storytelling Program  between 2015-2017. Sharing Stories Foundation supports the holding, maintaining and sharing of Indigenous culture using contemporary digital technology. Read more.





First Hand Solutions

The Seeds to Success Bush Tucker Project is an Indigenous Leadership and public speaking program that involves aboriginal students attending school working with Aboriginal role models and community elders to develop leadership and public speaking skills. Read more.




Bourek play therapyEternity Aid

Eternity Aid is a volunteer organisation dedicated to reducing the incarceration of Aboriginal young people in NSW through programs and clinics that both help prevent recidivism and also to provide early intervention and health care to the overall community. Read more.




Seed_thumbSeed Foundation Australia

Seed Foundation Australia provides pathways into higher education, training and employment in the health sector for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth from rural and remote communities in Northern Australia. Read more.