What’s in the 2023–24 South Australian budget for your organisation?

Posted on 21 Jun 2023

By Funding Centre team

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Treasurer Stephen Mullighan handed down the South Australian budget on June 15, 2023.

Funding highlights for community groups and social sector services included:

  • $142.8 million in relief measures in addition to the $51.6 million assistance package announced in the 2022–23 mid-year budget review. The package includes:
  • $57.2 million over four years to support non-government organisations in maintaining social services to South Australians in the face of higher wage and inflation costs
  • $20.7 million in further funding for the Major Events Fund which includes the Leisure Events Bid Fund
  • $9 million for equipment and capital grants to support TAFE SA and not-for-profit and industry-based providers in relation to infrastructure, equipment and technology
  • $6 million to deliver improved public facilities and community services in outback townships including community development programs
  • $5.5 million to continue the Future Drought Fund to 30 June 2026
  • $4 million over four years for food relief organisations
  • $3.2m to establish a peak body for Aboriginal children and young people

It's still unclear when or how this money will trickle down to not-for-profits and community groups, but we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for grant updates relevant to Funding Centre members.

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