R&S Activity Registration including Mini Grant Application 2020
Are you busting to get on with a project that supports animals, people or our shared environment?
We can't wait to hear all about it and share updates about the project with our R&S community!
Make sure you have joined R&S via the sign up page before you register your project.

Please take a few minutes to tell us about your project and at the end we invite you to celebrate by providing some pictures, video or drawings and a short summary that we can put on our website to inspire others to make a difference too. This can all be provided via the "Celebrate Your Project" form on our website.

You are also welcome to apply here for a Mini Grant to support a project that benefits animals, people or our shared environment. Applications are open from 1 June - 15 July 2020. Mini Grant winners will be advised and receive funding ahead of the project period from 1 August - 30 November 2020. See our website for all the details.

Remember that our friendly State Coordinators are just an email away and love to assist you to make your project a reality.

Thanks for making a difference!

We look forward to hearing about your project shortly!
Email address *
Name of Applicant *
Date of Birth
Please note if you are under 18 years of age you will be required to provide contact details for your parent, teacher or guardian at the bottom of this form
Are you applying as an individual or on behalf of a group? *
Offical name of institution (such as your school) or community group. *
Phone contact *
Suburb *
State/Territory *
Tell us about you or your group
Who are you and what inspires your R&S projects (max 25 words)
How would you rate your current engagement with nature based activities (such as observing wildlife or creating habitat)?
How would you rate your current engagement with sustainability based activities (such as reducing waste and energy use)?
Project Title *
This should also describe the purpose of the project in under 10 words, e.g. pollinator garden creation
What are the main issues your project aims to address? *
For example "we do not have many butterflies in our area" etc.
What is the intended outcome of the project? *
For example "create a garden with lots of plants that are attractive to butterflies"
What are the steps involved to meet this outcome? *
For example "research which species of flowering plants are best for our area; research the needs of the caterpillars of local butterfly species; educate the local community about sustainable pest management; plant a garden that provides for caterpillars and butterflies"
Approximately how many individuals will be involved in the project? *
What is the time frame for this project?
Is this project to support any curriculum-linked area of study such a school project or class investigation?
For example "Year 5 Science - Living World - Growth and survival of living things"
Mini grants applications are open between 1 June - 15 July 2020. Are you interested in applying to receive seed funding for your project? *
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