For projects that support people to make their own decisions

  • Would you like to get a grant?

    My Rights Matter are giving grants for projects that get more people to do supported decision making.

    Individuals with intellectual disability can apply for between $1,000 and $5,000.

    Organisations can apply for between $5,000 and $10,000.

    Applications for Round 1 have closed.

    Applications for Round 2 open on 28 August 2023.

    If you would like to get emails about the grants, you can sign up to email updates at the bottom of the page.

    Congratulations to successful Round 1 Grantees:

    Successful Individuals

    • Nissim Ghinsberg will make a film called Communication in My World about how she makes decisions in her life.
    • Arron Fitzpatrick will make a series of podcasts called Our Voice, Our Choice to help people with intellectual disability make more decisions for themselves.

    Successful Organisations

    • Intellectual Disability Rights Service will be helping lawyers to use supported decision making through their Lawyers and Supported Decision Making
    • Northcott Innovation will make a project called Making decisions about having a baby to help people with intellectual disability to think about becoming parents.
    • Side by Side Advocacy will explore the role of supported decision making in inclusive governance in their Moving from Me to Us

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