Publications & Reports

Ross Trust 2017-18 Annual Report

The Ross Trust approved 75 new grants and distributed over $4.2 million in 2017-18.

The major focus of giving continued to be vulnerable Victorians, based on high need and the greatest potential to address disadvantage and inequality, improve outcomes for children and young people at risk, and enhance access to education, the arts and culture.

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Ross Trust 2016-2017 Annual Report

The Trust accepted 116 applications in 2016–17. Of these, 92 (79 per cent) were approved totalling $4,205,672.

67% of these grants were directed to Vulnerable Victorians, 19% to Children at Risk, 11% to Education, Arts and Culture and 3% to Australian Flora and Fauna.

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Ross Trust 2015-2016 Annual Report

The Trust accepted 110 applications for grants in 2015–16. Of these, 75 (68 per cent) were approved, and total funds of $3,947,727 were paid. The grants were made as Open Grants, Collaborations, or Programs, across one of four impact areas – A: Vulnerable Victorians; B: Children at Risk; C: Education, Arts and Culture, and; D: Australian Flora and Fauna.

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Ross Trust 2015-2016 Snapshot

A snapshot of the highlights from the Annual report is produced in a 2-page format.

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