Annual Funding Event
Applications are open for ADM’s 2017 Annual Funding Event!
who is eligible to apply?
How do you know if you’re eligible to apply to pitch at the ADM Annual Funding Event in 2017? All of the following would be true of you and your organisation or initiative:
- You are a Christian woman;
- You lead an organisation or initiative;
- Your organisation or initiative can reasonably be characterised within one of the following categories: Mission & Ministry; Mercy & Justice; Mental Health & Pastoral Care; or Arts & Culture; and
- You can make a clear connection between your organisation or initiative’s purpose and one or more of ADM’s three key areas of ministry (theological formation, mercy & justice ministries, and public engagement).
We welcome applications from all over Australia. If you need assistance with travel or accommodation costs, please email us. We may be able to provide assistance to a limited number of applicants.
First Place: $25,000
Category Awards: $10,000
People's Choice: $5,000
1 July 2017 - Applications open
17 August 2017 - Applications close
20 September 2017 - Annual Funding Event. Please join us!
if you have any queries about the application form, please email us.
Our 2016 Event
ADM's First Annual Funding Event was held on Thursday 29 September 2016, at ADM's Sydney offices.
Women came and pitched their ideas to a panel and the ADM community in four streams for pitches on the day: the Founding Co-hort of the Hub, Ministry & Mission; Mercy & Justice; and Arts Initiatives. Each of the women who pitched did an outstanding job, and the day was a great celebration of the diverse giftings of women who are doing Kingdom work, all across Australia. Deciding whom to award was incredibly difficult. At the close of the day, the ADM Grants Committee awarded:
Overall Winner: Hailey McQueen of Clock & Spiel Productions for her production and multi-city tour of The Screwtape Letters,
which she pitched in the Arts Initiative category
First place in the Mission & Ministry category to Alexandria Robinson at Project Kin
First place in the Mercy & Justice category to Penny Wilkinson at Overcomers Outreach
First place in the Founding Cohort of The Hub to Mel Fung at Jesus Club
The People’s Choice Award to Erica Hamence at Common Grace for their SAFER initiative, in response to Domestic Violence