Applications for a Mable Community Grant is open until January 31, 2023 for projects or initiatives that create an inclusive society for people with disability or older Australians.
Grants are available to individuals and businesses for projects in the arts, technology, community or sporting endeavours and range in value up to $20,000.
Past Mable grant recipients have included documentary filmmakers, app creators, fashion designers, Paralympians, community advocates and people invested in social issues like changing the dialogue around disability diagnosis.
Mable CEO Peter Scutt said he is proud to use Mable’s profit-for-purpose business model to advocate for a better society. “That’s a society where people of all ages, demographics and abilities have the opportunity to live a life of their choosing and discover meaning, purpose and belonging,” he said.
To apply visit: www.mable.com.au/communitygrants
Photo: Mable Community Grant winner Carol Taylor and adaptive fashion designer Jessie Sadler pictured with the Mable team at Afterpay’s fashion week. Mable awarded a $10,000 Community Grant to Taylor, the world’s first quadriplegic fashion designer.