The Trust does not accept applications for medical research unless the organisation has been invited to submit an application. Invitations
are issued by the Trustees in March each year.
Services to aged care Services that assist the elderly, which include but are not limited to, medical equipment, furniture and fixtures,
transportation of the elderly and general support of the elderly. Preference will be given to requests that directly benefit the
Services to disadvantaged groups or organisations Services that directly support children, adolescents, adults and families who are disadvantaged due to
education, financial, and/or social circumstances.
Services to community health Services that directly support groups or organisations assisting individuals or families with a medical
condition, disability and/or mental illness.
Creative arts Innovative, educational or creative arts programs involving disadvantaged adults or youth.
Multiple service organisations Organisations that undertake activities that offer services covering two or more of the categories above.
Please note, in categories 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 preference will be given to services that directly benefit the needy. Indirect funding will
not be given priority.
If your organisation's proposal for funding meets one or more of the above areas, before your proposal can be considered by the Trust,
your organisation must satisfy certain eligibility requirements, before and if successful, after receiving project funding.
1. Australian Taxation Office endorsements
Consistent with the Australian Taxation Laws, the Marian and E.H. Flack Trust requires that organisations are endorsed as:
a) a Tax Concession Charity (TCC); and
b) a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).
In order for the Trustees to review the financial position of your organisation please include in your application the latest set of
audited financial accounts. If your organisation is not audited then please provide a copy of its latest year end accounts.
The Trust will not consider applications for funding in the following areas:
Requests by a single individual or family
Conferences or staff training programs
General public fundraising appeals
Multiple applications from the same organisation
Government and non-Government schools
Major building appeals
Organisations that are directly managed by Governments
If your application is successful your organisation will be required to complete an acquittal statement confirming the grant was applied
as detailed in the application. This acquittal must be received before any future funding is considered. Please consider this obligation
carefully given the timing that the funds are granted (September) and the time when applications close for the following years distribution
(30 April). Please refer to the acquittal section of the website for further guidance in completing your organisations acquittal
Failure to comply with the Trust's guidelines and/or failure to complete the application form correctly may mean that your application
will not be considered for funding.
The Flack Trust will fund Goods and Services Tax only where the organisation is unable to claim the corresponding input tax credit, e.g.
where the organisation is not registered for GST.
If your organisation is eligible to apply for a grant, applicants should complete the grant application form (refer to the link below) in
full. Any additional information other than that required on the application form will not be considered. The application form should be
sent by mail to the Chairman of Trustees at the postal address set out in the application form. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
The Trust accepts applications only during the months of March and April each year. Applications must be lodged no later than 30 April.
Applications made during the year for general donations will not be considered.
Applicants will be advised in September whether their application has been successful or not. Please note that each year the Trust receives
significantly more applications than funds available for distribution. Applicants should understand that their requests may be scaled back
or not approved, at the sole discretion of the trustees.