AMP supports tomorrow’s science stars

 AMP Foundation’s 2022 Tomorrow Fund is offering $1 million in grants to support anyone making a positive impact in the community.

Grants of $5,000 up to $100,000 are available to individuals (not organisations) that cover a broad sweep of educators, social innovators, environmentalists, medical researchers, disability advocates and scientists of all ages.

Now in its ninth year, the Tomorrow Fund grants are designed to help individuals working on a project that has positive community impact but needs a financial boost to take it to the next level, whether than means spending on training, equipment costs or living expenses. 

Last year, the AMP Tomorrow Fund provided grants to 27 individuals – known as Tomorrow Makers – and previous successful applicants have included Flinders University’s Professor Justin Chalker.

Head of AMP Foundation Helen Liondos says her organisation is proud to help bring great ideas to life, which will make our community more accessible and connected, as well as safer and healthier.  “We want to remove the barrier of accessing funding,” she says. “This unique program has no categories – it is open to Australians of any age, from any state, working on any social or environmental issue, and what successful applicants share is a commitment to building a better tomorrow.”

Applications for the 2022 Tomorrow Fund grants are now open and close at 4pm (AEST) on Monday 4 April. Anyone interested can apply online at

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