The AMP Tomorrow Fund launches for sixth year
AMP’s Tomorrow Fund returns for its sixth year, offering a further $1 million in grants for “amazing Australians doing great things in any field.”
Grants of up to $100,000 per person are offered to those making a positive impact on the country.
Applicants can apply after creating something new or by inspiring others.
Musicians have been successful in their applications, as have those in technology, sports, science, art, social innovation and medicine.
Funds can be used for a range of activities including travel, equipment and research.
Successful recipients have included singer-songwriters Yirrmal, Emily Wurrama, Bec Sandridge, Josh Rennie-Hynes, Demi Louise and Briana Clark.
Others have included jazz pianist and composer Harry Mitchell, live music venue operator Alison Avron, screen composer Angela Little, and performing arts producer Chris Archer.
To be eligible, apply at ampstomorrowfund.com.au by 4pm (AEST) on May 27, explaining what your goal is, its benefit to Australia and what you’ve done to move closer to it.