Grants

Due to the upcoming Council Elections, the 2018/2019 Community Grants round will open early this year.

Applications will be accepted from Friday 1 June to Saturday 30 June 2018.

 

Please consider attending a short information session for advice before you start your application:

Wednesday 23 May 2018
2:00pm - Positive Ageing Centre, 36 Nairne Rd Woodside
6:00pm - West Wing Conference Room, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling (entry via old library)

These information sessions will include advice on applicant and project eligibility, the application process and completing the online application form and an opportunity to discuss your project with staff.

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS
Community Development Grants offers grants of up to $2,500 for community projects that deliver a broad community benefit.

Projects could include arts & cultural development, community wellbeing, learning, environment or aboriginal culture and heritage.

Grant applications for 2018/19 will be accepted from 1 - 30 June 2018.

Individual grants awarded up to $2,500

Community Development Grant Guidelines
Community Development Grant Application (coming soon)

Contact | Lynne Griffiths 8408 0552

 

COMMUNITY AND RECREATION FACILITY GRANTS
These grants are available for not-for profit community organisations that provide community or recreation services.

Grants are available for improvements or to upgrade facilities that will contribute to the development of community and recreation within the region.

Funding is also available for facility planning documents such as master plan or feasibility study projects.

Grant applications for 2018/19 will be accepted from 1 - 30 June 2018.

  • MINOR FACILITY DEVELOPMENT:             Up to $9,999. No matched funding required.
  • MAJOR FACILITY DEVELOPMENT:             $10,000 - $40,000. Funding must be matched.
  • FACILITY PLANNING:                                 Up to $20,000. No matched funding required.
 
Contact | Renee O'Connor 8408 0404
 
 

PRIMARY PRODUCTION INCENTIVE GRANTS
Grants up to $10,000 are available for Primary Producers and organisations servicing the primary production sector in the Adelaide Hills district.

Total grant funding available is $20,000.
Projects should improve productivity, quality, or financial or environmental sustainability. Maximising the use of emerging technologies and innovation will be viewed favourably.

Grant applications are now closed.

Total grant funding available $20,000
Individual grants awarded up to $10,000

Primary Production Grant Terms of Reference
Primary Production Grant Application (now closed)

Contact | Melissa Bright 8408 0580