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Feed Appeal Grants Program

Feed Appeal Australia

Closed: 16 May 2021

The Feed Appeal Grants Program supports local charities to deliver effective and targeted food relief to their local community. Funding requests must directly impact, improve, and build the capacity, capability and/or efficiency of your food relief program. Feed Appeal invests in projects that improve the lives of people experiencing hunger or food insecurity. Funding helps organisations meet the demand for and alleviate food insecurity in their local community. Grants of up to $50,000 are available.


Please read through this information pack in full prior to commencing an application.


f you have questions regarding eligibility, or require clarification please contact the Feed Appeal team on 1300 421 041 or [email protected].

Queensland Government – Food Rescue Grants

Queensland Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning

Closed: 13 April 2021, 5pm

The Food Rescue Grant Program will provide grants of up to $200,000 to food rescue organisations for infrastructure, equipment and operational costs to divert additional food from landfill and redistribute it to Queenslanders in need.

To be eligible, an applicant must:

  • Be a not-for-profit organisation incorporated under section 111K of the Corporations Act 2001.
  • Be an organisation with the primary purpose of food rescue and providing food relief to Queenslanders.
  • Have operations established in Queensland.
  • Rescue food directly from a source where the food would otherwise go to landfill (e.g. a farm, supermarket or markets).


For more information about the Program and its eligibility requirements please refer to the Program Guidelines and the Program FAQs.

For further information, please contact the Waste Avoidance and Recovery Programs team via phone (07) 3330 5164 or email at [email protected].


Applications must be submitted through the SmartyGrants Portal by 5pm 13 April 2021.


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