Notice of Expression of Interest for Australian Defence Force Charities and Not-for-Profits
Spinifex Brewery is a Veteran owned business and has established F88 Lager effectively as a world-first initiative aimed at raising funds to support our returned servicemen and women. 50% of the profits from F88 Premium Lager sold will be set aside and distributed as grants to support various military charities.
Soldiers, Sailors and Aviators love a beer with their mates so what better way to support those that have served before you than by purchasing a smooth thirst crushing lager.
The F88 Campaign will direct funds to support the healing and mental wellbeing of returned service personnel. F88 Beer will be supplied through the Army, Navy and Air Force canteens and to those on active duty overseas.
Grant rounds will run from 1 July to 30 June on an annual basis with funding being distributed to the chosen beneficiaries on a quarterly basis in July, October, January and April throughout the 12-month period.
Expressions of Interest will be sought from Australian Military Charities and/or Not-for-Profits.
Applications will be assessed against set criteria through an open, competitive process
Australian Charity or Not-for-Profit whose beneficiaries are Australian Defence Force Veterans
Registered with the Australian Charity and Not-for-Profit Commission
Registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient
Successful grant recipients will receive quarterly instalments of grant funding in July, October, January and April
Spinifex Brewery was pleased to announce a call for Expressions of Interest for the inaugural grant round for 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.
Applicants should provide the following details:
Name of Organisation
Objectives of the Charity
Proposed use of funds
Please complete the form by clicking the button below or email your expressions of interest to Adam Barnard – email@example.com
Closing date for Expressions of Interest is 30 April 2020
If you have any queries, in regards to the F88 Campaign and grant process, please contact Adam Barnard on 0438 924 624.