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DCMEF

seedling.jpgThe Damon Courtenay Memorial Endowment Fund (DCMEF) was established by Haemophilia Foundation Australia in 1994. The Fund was established with financial support from the late Bryce Courtenay and the late Benita Courtenay in memory of their son, Damon.

Small grants are available to individuals or patient support organisations for the care, treatment, education and welfare of people affected by haemophilia or related bleeding disorders.
 

WHO CAN APPLY?
  • Anyone with a bleeding disorder or affected by a bleeding disorder who resides in Australia 
  • Patient support organisations in Australia, however preference may be given to the needs of individuals with high needs 
WHAT CAN THE GRANTS BE USED FOR?

Funding may be used for projects, services and/or care, or an activity aimed at improving the physical and emotional wellbeing and independence of recipient/s such as:
 

  • medical appliances and equipment to help people live more independently
  • career development
  • training, education and coaching
  • personal development
  • conferences or workshops
  • peer support activities/camps
HOW TO APPLY
 

An amount of $20,000 is available for distribution. Applications will be considered on merit by a panel.
 
There is no limit on the amount that you may apply for, however activities up to the amount of $2,000 are more likely to be successful.

Applications close 30 August 2022

Date last reviewed: 14 June 2022

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