Information Linkages and Capacity Building

Frequently Asked Questions

Information Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grants provide organisations with funding to deliver projects that benefit people with disability, their families and carers. 

As part of the Inclusion Ready project we have been delivering ILC workshops around Queensland with the aim of addressing the gaps in understanding around the ILC.

These videos pose common questions that workshop participants have asked during the workshops. With the help of Inclusion Ready facilitator and National Disability Services Senior Sector Support Officer Lisa Steele we have compiled answers to your questions. 

The information provided in these videos and transcripts is for information purposes only and was relevant at the time of the Grant Opportunity Guidelines Release in September 2019.

 

What is ILC?
Read the transcript

What do you mean by inclusion?
Read the transcript
 
 
Does my ILC project activity have to be for
people with an NDIS plan?

Read the transcript
Do I need to be a registered NDIS provider to
apply for ILC funding?

Read the transcript
 
 
What kinds of organisations can apply for this
round of Individual Capacity Building grants?

Read the transcript
Can I apply for more than one grant at a time?
Read the transcript
 
 
If I'm part of a consortium, how many members
can be part of the application?

Read the transcript
If I was successful in a previous ILC grant and
I'm delivering it, can I apply again?

Read the transcript
 
 
Do ILC projects have to be national?
Read the transcript

Are there word limits for the application?
Read the transcript

 

 

For more information and resources about developing an inclusive project and applying for ILC grants visit Inclusion Ready.

Remember there will be other opportunities for ILC grants in 2020. Keep up to date with ILC resources and information by signing up to Ignite enews.