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Community Grants

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COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM SUSPENDED 15 June 2020 to 1 July 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Community Grants Program is suspended effective 15 June 2020 to support the measures established by the City of Salisbury to promote safety and reduce the potential for the spread of COVID-19.   The Community Grants Program will re-open to accept applications from 1 July 2020.

The City of Salisbury has established a Sports and Community Clubs COVID-19 Recovery Support Package and details can be found here.

 

The City of Salisbury, through its Community Grants Program, aims to encourage, develop and support community projects/events that provide a service or program to residents of the City of Salisbury and foster opportunities for community participation and development.

Incorporated community groups, voluntary associations, health, and religious organisations are invited to apply for the Council's Community Grants.

Project categories include:

  • health
  • establishment of a new group
  • education and training
  • sport/recreation
  • environment
  • culture/arts
  • disability
  • youth
  • crime prevention
  • aged
  • event
  • defibrillator (one-off funding) - conditions apply, refer to the Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria document

The limits of funding under the Community Grants Program are bound to an upper limit of $5,000.

For new groups an establishment grant may be available which is limited to a maximum of $2,500 for an unincorporated group and $5,000 for incorporated groups.

The Community Grants Program funding rounds are open on an ongoing, rolling basis and are considered at the Sport, Recreation and Grants Committee as part of their monthly meeting schedule.  Applications can be submitted at any time and will be considered in the next funding round providing all criteria is met (refer to page 25 of the Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria document for further information).

A new application form is required every eligible funding round and the current Community Grant Application Form must be completed.

To avoid delays in assessment and possible funding the Application is to be completed in its entirety and all applicable documents attached.  The Applicant must carefully review the Community Grants Program Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria document to determine the organisation's eligibility.  The Guide to completing the Application Form is provided to assist in completing the Application.

Steps to completing an Application and the related documents can be found here. 

Please direct enquiries to:

Community Grants Program
City of Salisbury
T: 8406 8352
E: Email