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Community Grants

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The aim of the Community Grants is to support individuals through recognising individual excellence and support groups and organisations to provide activities, services and events to make Campbelltown an even greater place to live and are consistent with the goals, objectives and strategies of Council’s Strategic Plan.

Community grants are based on the principles of:

  • Social inclusion: where everyone in the Community can participate, connect and contribute regardless of age, culture or level of ability.
  • Access and Equity: where eligible individuals, community groups and organisations have equal opportunity to access, apply and be considered for the Community Grants Program.
  • Openness and Transparency: where all eligible applications will be fairly assessed by an independent panel and communicated to the Community.

To view the Community Grant Guidelines and determine whether you may be eligible to apply, please click below:

2016/2017 Community Grant Guidelines(588 kb)

Opening and Closing Dates for Event Grants
Round     Opens Closes
1 4 July 2016     CLOSED
2 9 January 2017  10 April 2017

Major, Minor and Personal Achievement Grants are open all year round.

Who Can Apply?

Incorporated (or able to be auspiced), Non-government, not for profit, charitable community groups, local volunteer-based emergency services and organisations with a focus on community well-being.

Funding will not be provided for:

  • A Federal, State or Local Government organisation or educational institution eg School, TAFE, University.
  • Purchases made or activities undertaken prior to submitting the application (for minor grants) and prior to the submission deadline (for event and major grants).
  • Recurrent funding of a project previously funded at any time by Council.
  • Organisations who received any Community grant funding in the current financial year from Campbelltown City Council.
  • Applicants from organisations that have not acquitted previous grants from Campbelltown City Council.
  • Recurrent operating or maintenance costs associated with the operations of the group or organisation eg rent, insurance, telephone, salaries.
  • Any capital works
  • Purchasing items that are considered the core business and responsibility of the organisation to provide to the group or members e.g. entertainment equipment, linen, food
Types of Grants

Major Grants over $700, including:

  • FINANCIAL: Monetary Assistance (up to $2000)
  • IN-KIND: Total cost of the Bus (subject to volunteer driver availability)
  • IN-KIND: Hall, Meeting Rooms, Oval, Park or Reserve use for one-off or time-limited projects

Minor Grants $700 and under, including:

  • FINANCIAL: Monetary assistance
  • IN-KIND: Bus use (subject to volunteer driver availability)
  • IN-KIND: Hall, Meeting Rooms, Oval, Park or Reserve use for one-off or time-limited projects

Community Event Grants including:

  • FINANCIAL: Monetary Assistance (50% of the total cost of the event up to $5000)

Personal Achievement Grants

Private Bus Subsidy Application Form

 

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