Future2 is the charitable foundation of the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA). Our mission is to make a lasting difference in the lives of young Australians who need it most.

Since 2007 Future2 has awarded grants of nearly $1.2 million to community not-for-profits and charities working to give a better life to thousands of deserving young people.

Grants

The type of grant offered by the Future2 Foundation is a one year grant up to AUD$10,000.

Applications to receive grant funding are invited from organisations that have programs to address the needs of disadvantaged young Australians aged between 12 and 25. They can cover any of the following areas.

  • Education, including skills training and leadership development
  • Engagement, including mentoring and juvenile justice programs
  • Employment, including work experience and job readiness training
  • Wellbeing, including remedial programs for drug and alcohol dependence
  • Independent living and social inclusion.

Key Dates

2020
Monday 27 April Applications open
Monday 20 July, 9am Applications close
October 2020 Winners announced

Disclaimer

Future2 is a charitable trust with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status conferred by the Australian Taxation Office. Future2 Foundation Ltd is a company limited by shares and guarantee that has the power to use the income and assets of the trust to the benefit of persons in ‘necessitous circumstances’.  The Board has resolved to make grants to community not-for-profit organisations and charities that assist young Australians between 12 and 25 years of age who are in necessitous circumstances. 

All grants are made at the sole discretion of the Future2 Foundation. The shortlist is based on its evaluation of each application, judging criteria and the availability of funds. Future2 reserves the right not to award any specific grant for any reason, or for no apparent reason, no matter how deserving the proposed project may be or how closely the applicant has followed the guidelines and procedures.  Rejection of an application does not mean that it is not well regarded. Future2 cannot enter into correspondence with individual grant applicants about the relative merit of the application or the specific reasons for deciding not to award a grant.