Sunsuper’s Dreams for a Better World is all about partnering with those who dream big and do good to improve the lives of other Australians and their community, and we have $150,000 in grants to help make it happen.
Since 2011, Sunsuper's Dreams for a Better World has been supporting community development programs and partnering with not-for-profit organisations that help bring lasting and positive change to the lives of many Australians.
This year, Sunsuper is looking for community-minded small businesses to also apply for a grant to tackle a local or social issue in their community.
As one of Australia's most highly rated and awarded super funds, Sunsuper is committed to inspiring and empowering people to make their dreams more than dreams; now and right through retirement.
Everyday we're inspired by those who dream big and do good to help improve the lives of other Australians. So where we can, we lend a helping hand through Sunsuper's Dreams for a Better World.
View our previous winners and shortlisted entrants and see how you can be a part of their dream.
Help make dreams come true and vote for your favourite community group to win a $5,000 grant.
Do you have a dream to make a difference in your community
Know people doing good things or want tell your friends to vote for a cause?
Do you know a small business or community group that needs a grant?
Never miss a closing date and find out who wins a grant.
All community round applications open 15 February
|Applications close:||13 Apr|
|Voting opens:||20 Apr|
|Voting closes:||8 May|
|Winner announced:||8 Jun|
|Applications close:||29 Jun|
|Voting opens:||6 Jul|
|Voting closes:||23 Jul|
|Winner announced:||24 Aug|
|Applications close:||14 Sep|
|Voting opens:||21 Sep|
|Voting closes:||8 Oct|
|Winner announced:||9 Nov|
|Applications open:||16 Mar|
|Applications close:||19 Aug|
|Top 3 announced:||31 Oct|
|People's Choice voting opens:||16 Nov|
|People's Choice voting closes:||14 Dec|
Dance for Parkinson's Australia has won round three and $10,000 in grants to expand their unique dance program to regional communities and support more people living with Parkinson's disease.