The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW Grants Program aims to improve access to justice, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged people, by supporting selected projects to improve access and decrease barriers to justice, or through research, to identify need or ways to improve access to justice.
The Foundation accepts small grant applications of up to $5000 at any time. Applications for general grants of up to $50,000 typically close on 31 March and 31 August annually, however applicants should check the Foundation's website to confirm grants round closing dates before submitting their application.
General Grants Round March 2014 - now open!
Applications for the March 2014 round opened Monday 4 November 2013 and will close on Friday 21 March 2014
You must discuss your project proposal with Grants and Legal Information Manager, before submitting your application and at least 6 weeks before the closing date
(preferably before 24 December 2013)
To prepare for a discussion about your project, please download and read the Grant Applicants Kit
and the LJF Grant Application Form
. If you have trouble downloading these documents, please email email@example.com
To find out more, visit our page on Applying for a Grant
or Frequently Asked Questions
Results of previous General Grants Round
The recipients of grants from the March 2013 General Grants round have been announced ... read more
There is a limited pool of funds available for small grants of up to $5000. Applications for small grants may be submitted at any time, however, all intending applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the Foundation’s Grants and Legal Information Manager, by phone on (02) 8227 3210
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss their grant idea.