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Funding opportunities

Seeking financial assistance?

Do you want to do some research or evaluate your program but have no capacity to spare? Need extra resources?

SiREN can help you identify funding opportunities and assist you to submit a grant application. We can provide feedback on your draft application and provide guidance on obtaining ethics approval to collect data. We may also be able to identify other organisations who can collaborate with you on the project to increase capacity and deliver greater outcomes. A summary of upcoming funding opportunities can be found here.

If you need to apply for funding to start a new project, get in touch with SiREN at siren@curtin.edu.au.

Ongoing funding opportunities that may be of interest:

Healthway
Lotterywest
Department of Health
Telethon-Perth

Resources

Help Sheet: Writing a grant application

This resource from the Funding Centre provides grantseekers with a informational series of questions that assist in developing a comprehensive and effective grant application.  

Applying for Grants Toolkit

This online resource provides a comprehensive step-by-step overview for grant applications. Developed by the Community Toolbox, the resource has three parts, each encompassing templates and other related resources to assist with your grant application. 

Ethics Application Toolkit

This toolkit was developed by SiREN to provide an introduction to the human research ethics approval process for those who have not submitted an ethics application before or are unsure if they require ethics approval. It contains information and quick links to assist you in planning, writing and submitting an ethics application. The toolkit also refers you to a series of templates and examples.

SiREN Toolkit

This comprehensive resource was developed by SiREN to provide step-by-step guidelines for planning, implementing and evaluating your SHBBV projects. The toolkit uses a simple Plan-Do-Check-Adjust program planning lifecycle to ensure evidence-informed programs are developed which address identified needs and which are sustainable and effective.