GRANTS & FUNDING

 

Grants and Funding Opportunities

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Lotterywest Grants 

Have you got big plans for your community but need a helping hand?

Every year Lotterywest approves close to 1,000 grants across a wide range of not-for-profit organisations and local government authorities.

Your application doesn’t need to be for something huge. Along with our support for infrastructure and large-scale events, we also provide grants for smaller projects like toys for local libraries, and provisions for local hobby groups.

Link: http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/grants/how-to-apply/getting-started

Home Ground Advantage grants program

Anything up to $250,000 to help clubs improve facilities, purchase equipment and even develop exceptional talent.  Open now.  

What are the 2017 winter application timelines?

The 2017 winter round opens on 1st June 2017 and closes on 31st August 2017. Clubs will be notified of their application outcome in November 2017.

Commercial Development Grants Program

Up to $15,000 to assist WA-based creative businesses to develop their commercial potential, increase business viability and extend market reach. Ongoing.  

Community Engagement Grants Program

Up to $15,000 for activities that promote the participation and engagement of WA communities in arts and culture. Available to emerging and established artists, creative industry professionals, arts and cultural workers, community groups, businesses and organisations. Ongoing.   

Important: Check out this Dates Opening and Closing

Professional Practice in Rural, Regional and Remote (RRR) Areas Grant

Supporting qualified practitioners of family and systemic therapy with up to $500 each to support professional development and promotion of family and systemic therapy practice. Ongoing. 

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Active Regional Communities Grant (ARC)

 Active Regional Communities (ARC) aims to increase the opportunities for country people to participate in sporting and active-recreational activities in regional Western Australia.

The ARC scheme has three (3) specific funding categories:

  1. Participation - initiatives that increase community and player participation with a focus on targeting new members.  This category also includes initiatives that specifically target Aboriginal people, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) populations, and low participation groups including people with a disability
  2. Capacity Building - initiatives that improve the knowledge, skills and capabilities of people involved in a sport or  active-recreation organisation.
  3. Event Hosting - hosting of a significant inter-regional or higher level competition as recognised by the State Sporting Association in regional Western Australia.

 ARC caters for both sporting and active-recreational groups and is aimed at the club level or to those groups who are not participating in the department’s Organisational Sustainability Program (OSP).

Grants from $1,000 to $5,000 are available with organisations needing to demonstrate a significant contribution (up to 25%) towards the cost of the project/event and/or in-kind contribution.

When are applications due?

Applications are accepted throughout the year and must be lodged at least four (4) weeks prior to the project/event start date.

How many times can I apply?

Organisations can only apply once per year to receive an initiative grant, although you can target more than one category per application

ANZ Netball Grants

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Is there something you, your team or club needs? ANZ is here to help!

We support all Australians who live and breathe netball! Which is why, throughout the 2017 ANZ Championship Season, ANZ will be offering their Netball Nation Grants Program. The grants include equipment, uniforms, tickets and custom grants to Aussie netballers. Entries are now open.

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