Thanks to the generosity of our clients, Perpetual distributes more than $80 million annually from the charitable trusts and endowments we manage.
Many of these trusts and endowments are created with specific directions around the charities that will benefit.
However, where trusts and endowments have a more flexible approach to grant making, we undertake a rigorous application program that matches our clients’ wishes with suitable organisations.
Our IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program allows philanthropists and Not-for-Profits (NFPs) to connect, and allows NFPs to demonstrate how they improve outcomes for the communities in which they operate.
We encourage high quality outcomes by identifying organisations that can maximise their impact through:
- good governance
- solid leadership
- strong strategy
- an outcomes focus.
The 2018 IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program will open on Monday 30 October. The active form will be made accessible on this page. You can preview the application form here to prepare for your application. You can also subscribe to receive our IMPACT Newsletter to receive further information about the 2018 program, gain access to webinars and other useful links.
KEY DATES: 2018 IMPACT PHILANTHROPY APPLICATION PROGRAM
Applications open: Monday 30 October 2017 at 9am AEDT
Applications close: Friday 8 December 2017 at 5pm AEDT
Applicants informed of outcomes: by Friday, 30 June 2018
Guidelines and additional information relating to the 2018 IMPACT Application Program will be available on this site in late 2017.
resources relate to the 2017 IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program which has
now closed. Information on the 2018 IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program
will be available on this site in late 2017.
If your NFP organisation receives funding from trusts or endowments managed by Perpetual, you may be required to submit an acquittal report by 31 January each year until your grant has been fully expended.Unless specified in your original grant letter, funding is provided in a one-off grant. Where required, an acquittal report outlining how the funds have been spent will be due each year by 31 January. Usually this requires an interim acquittal report first, and a final acquittal report the following year. All acquittal reports must be completed in SmartyGrants. Failure to submit an acquittal report may deem your organisation ineligible for funding in future rounds.
Grants received via the Perpetual IMPACT Philanthropy Program:
2017 grants require an interim acquittal* by 31 January 2018.
2016 grants require a final acquittal by 31 January 2018.
2015 grants require a final acquittal by 31 January 2018.
The required forms have been attached to your application in SmartyGrants. These forms are attached to the email address that the original application was made in. If you require a change to this email address, please send an email to email@example.com so we can assist you in gaining access.
For further instructions, please read Acquittal reporting in SmartyGrants.
In 2017 if you received other funding, you are required to set-up a SmartyGrants profile, which will ensure you receive your acquittal report templates. Please follow these instructions.
Recognition of donors
If your NFP organisation wishes to name the trusts or endowments that have provided funding for your activity via your website, newsletters or in the media, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request approval.
*A final acquittal for 2017 grants is also acceptable if all funds have now been spent.
As part of our commitment to IMPACT Philanthropy, we are identifying opportunities to support a limited number of NFP partners annually with longer term and deeper support designed to help them maximise their impact. The IMPACT Philanthropy Partnership Program funds major grants to organisations working towards crucial outcomes for the communities and sectors they serve.
Perpetual’s IMPACT Philanthropy Partners are organisations that have made applications to the annual IMPACT Philanthropy Application Program and performed consistently well on the criteria of Leadership, Capability, Strategy and Outcomes in each of the past three years.
Invited organisations can apply for a grant of up to $1 million, to be used over a time period of one to five years.Download the 2017 Partnership Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Drive the development of a National Food Relief Strategy though partnership with others in our sector. The funding will enable SecondBite to work with partners towards the provision of 1 million meals to Australians in need every day
Develop and validate a diagnostic test for use in routine clinical genomic-testing for cancer. The work will have broad application but initially focus on haematological (blood) malignancies.
The bloodstream carries genetic material that has 'leaked-out' from a person’s malignancy: known as ‘circulating tumour DNA’ (ctDNA). ctDNA is 100 times more abundant in blood than are tumour-cells and can be accessed via blood test rather than performing invasive biopsies. ctDNA is a game changer as it will revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment for all cancers. It promises to be the speedy, cost-effective diagnostic and monitoring tool that is currently lacking in genomic medicine.
Westmead Medical Foundation
In 2017 the Westmead Institute for Medical Research (WIMR) and the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD), in collaboration with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS) at Westmead, will establish a Centre for Adult Immunisation Research (CAIR). Twelve internationally expert vaccine investigators will combine their expertise and resources in five research projects extending from vaccine development in the laboratory to deployment in the community.
Digital transformation of Redkite’s Financial Assistance Program. This will enable families who have a child with cancer to quickly and easily access vital financial support while increasing efficiency, building capacity and guaranteeing the sustainability of this flagship program.