The Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund provides grant funding for projects that offer benefits to adults living with an acquired brain injury or a degenerative neurological condition.
The fund was originally established by a bequest from the estate of the late Murdoch Stanley McLeod, a prominent South Australian businessman and philanthropist, to help future generations of South Australians. Since then, other monies have been added to the Fund from a range of sources.
Trustees are interested in innovative initiatives that help people living with disability to have authentic personal control of their own lives and take up valued roles in community life. We are interested in hearing from any agencies or organisations that have an innovative idea to improve the life chances of people living with disability.
The Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund most commonly funds work conducted within, or in partnership with, organisations, however individuals are encouraged to contact us to discuss funding opportunities.