Congratulations on receiving a Victoria Law Foundation grant. We are here to support you to deliver a great project that will help improve Victorians understanding of the law and access to justice. If you have any questions about the grant process, please contact the Grants Manager on 9604 8100 or use the form below.
Requirements of your grant
We have a few simple requirements for grant projects that we fund. This section provides you with the resources to meet these requirements.
Acknowledge our support
To acknowledge the support of the Foundation please download our logo and guidelines below.
If you require any logo file formats that haven’t been supplied, or have any difficulty with the file types outlined in the guide, please contact the Grants Manager.
The placement of the grant logo on all grant products must be approved by the Foundation before final production. Once you’ve finished your design, please email it (or a screenshot for website use) to the our Grants Manager for final approval.
Keep us informed
We're interested in the progress and outcome of your projects and ask that you keep us informed.
Projects funded from July 2019 onwards will have access to report templates through SmartyGrants. Reports are automatically submitted in this platform.
For grants funded prior to July 2019 (General Grants), please contact the Grants Manager for the acquittal report template.
Report on your project
We want to know how your project went, so require recipients to submit a final report on completion. This report can be found in your SmartyGrants portal.
Developing your project
We offer plain language and Better Information Workshops for people producing community legal information. Our Research Network events keep you up to date with new research and initiatives in the community legal education and access to justice space.
There may be other ways we can assist with aspects of your project or build the capacity of your organisation. Some of the areas include, grant writing, research, networks, communication and marketing.
Resources to help you develop your project
We have selected a number of videos, resources and websites that may assist you in the development or dissemination of your project.
- Tips on the best ways to share your research findings
- How to use case studies effectively and source them ethically
- Tips and materials for designers of community legal education
- 5-step guide to making sure your writing meets the fundamentals of plain language
- The A-Z of good user experience
- Recommendations for developing resources in languages other than English
- An overview of human centred design in the legal sector
- A guide to the principles of plain language with practical advice
Find the full list of resources in our Helpful Communication Resources database.
If you are interested in more information, resources or support, get in touch. We can connect you with other organisations, networks and funders to help develop your project.