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Current Community Grants 

Community Grants help community groups and organisations to carry out a wide range of projects and activities throughout our municipality.

Specialist Partnership Grant (Reducing gambling harm)

The Specialist Partnership Grant (Reducing Gambling Harm) has been designed to deliver new and innovative services, programs and projects to prevent and reduce the harms related to gambling for residents living in Hume. 

OPENS 19 FEBRUARY 2020 - FUNDS AVAILABLE UP TO $10,000 for two years

3064 Community Support Fund Grants

The 3064 Community Support Fund Grants have been established to respond to community need and reduce barriers to access and/or engagement in Craigieburn and surrounds (postcode 3064).

Applications can be made by incorporated not-for-profit organisations and community groups (including schools) on behalf of an individual or family for up to $1,000 per recipient.  

Category

Maximum Amount

Open Dates

Who should apply?

3064 Community Support Fund

 Up to $1,000  Open all year
  • Incorporated not-for-profit organisations and community groups (including schools) on behalf of an individual or family.

Specialist Partnership Grant (Reducing gambling harm)

 Up to $10,000

 

Open from 19 February - 20 March 2020

 

  • Organisations delivering new and innovative services, programs, projects and research to prevent and reduce the harms related to gambling for residents living in Hume.
  • Applications can be for activities across one or two years. Please note, as this is a re-opened grant opportunity, one year projects must be completed by 31 December 2020, in line with original grant time frames. Two year projects must be completed by 31 December 2021. 

Individual Development Grant

$150- $750

Open all year

  • Individuals attending professional development opportunities that benefit the Hume community.

Quick Response Grant

Up to $1,000


Due to popular demand, the Quick Response Community Grant category, is currently not available for new applications.

 

  • Newly established community groups requiring support with start-up and establishment costs,
  • Community groups that have an unforeseen funding need that does not fall within the annual grants payment timeframes, or
  • Community groups with unforeseen program or partnership opportunities that are time dependent.

Defibrillator Grant

Up to $2,500

Due to popular demand, the Defibrillator Community Grant category is currently not available for new applications.

 

  • Community organisations or community groups that can demonstrate their need for a defibrillator

Community Group Activity Grant

Up to $2,000


Closed

  • Community groups and organisations requiring support with program and activity costs, leadership and committee training, promotion, and equipment purchases

Operational Grant

$700

Closed

  • Community groups and organisations requiring support with basic operating expenses including incorporation, insurance, catering and room hire fees.

Project Grant

Up to $5,000

Closed

  • Organisations delivering new ideas, sustainable projects and collaborations that are of substantial benefit to the Hume community.

Partnership Grant

Up To $10,000

Closed

  • Organisations delivering projects that clearly identify a need and embrace the principles of social justice, healthy living, lifelong learning, environmental sustainability, community safety and inclusion

 

Find out more about Community Grants here:

2019 Community Grants
Learn about recipients of our 2019 Community Grants program.
2020 Community Grants
Learn about recipients of our 2020 Community Grants program.

Updated : 11:59 AM, 24 February 2020

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