Grants for campus staff

Thanks to the generosity of the Victorian community, the RCH Foundation supports the hospital and its campus partners, MCRI and the University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics, to deliver the paediatric healthcare advances that make this the centre of medical excellence it is today.

All donations to the RCH are made through the RCH Foundation, which are then directed to the hospital via grants. All staff have the opportunity to apply for a grant. This is done through a formal application process, which is undertaken for all projects and initiatives requesting funds from the RCH Foundation or external funding bodies like philanthropic trusts and foundations.

Priorities for funding are set and driven by the RCH. The RCH Foundation works closely with the hospital to provide sustainable, long-term funding in support of these priorities. All funds raised by and donated to the RCH Foundation are preserved for the purpose of medical excellence. The projects, initiatives and activities funded by these donations create outcomes that are above and beyond the hospital’s normal day-to-day activities.

The RCH Foundation’s support of the hospital focuses on four key areas:

The granting process

Before you submit your proposal for funding, please discuss your idea with your manager.

*MCRI and University of Melbourne applicants please seek internal approval from management prior to starting this process.
**This is managed within the online system and reviewed by Heads of Departments, Management Accountants and Executive Directors; followed by the RCH funding proposal committee and finally the CEO and CFO.

Contact

For initial queries and those regarding the RCH Funding Proposal Committee, please see your RCH Head of Department.

For any other queries, please contact the Grants Office

Director, Grants
Rachael Hurley

Grants Officer
Dorani Lacey

grants.foundation@rch.org.au
03 9345 7062

Links

Submit a proposal for funding
The grant proposal process
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