National Youth Week Funding Round - Maitland
The National Youth Week theme for 2014 is ‘Our Voice. Our Impact’.
Youth Week funding is available for events or activities run by organisations, agencies, or community groups during Youth Week 2014 (Friday 4 April – Sunday 13 April).
Applications close at 4.00pm on Wednesday 12 March 2014.
To be eligible for funding the event or activity must abide by the National Youth Week guidelines and involve young people throughout the process.
Please Contact Jo Whelan (Community and Recreation Services) for more information (02) 4934 9753 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maitland City Council Community Grants Program
The Community Grants Program aims to provide financial support to local non-profit community based organisations, groups and individuals to provide projects, activities or participate in events that enrich the lives of residents in our community.
Community Grants Now OPEN. Applications close on Monday 19th May 2014.
Please contact Kelly Baldwin Administration Facilities Team Leader for further information on 49349708.
Maitland City Council Sports & Arts High Achievers Grant Program
The Sport & Arts High Achievers Grant Program will provide opportunities for Council to assit residents who are achieving representation and excellence at the highest levels of their chosen field. The Grant is designed to recognise an individuals/teams achievements, living within the LGA, in the area of Arts and Culture or Sport and Recreation. For more information please refer to the Guidelines & Application Form below.
Applications for this Grant will close the 2nd Monday of each month at 4pm.
Please contact Kelly Baldwin Administration Facilities Team Leader for further informaiton on 49349708.
The ClubGRANTS - 2014 funding program which provides financial support to local Maitland LGA non-profit community based organisations, groups and individuals will open Monday 28 April 2014 and close Monday 9 June 2014.
Submissions for funding will only be accepted using the online form Application Form – 2014 which is available for preview now and for completion 28 April.
Local Funding priorities for 2014
- Cultural awareness training
- Leadership Development
- Initiatives that engage community in art, culture, sport and recreation.
- Initiatives that improve parenting & life skills.
- Volunteering Initiatives
- Community based healthy activities
- Initiatives that support social participation for aged, disability, indigenous, CALD or youth.
- Initiatives that encourage a zero tolerance to all forms of family and community violence.
- Projects aimed at keeping people and communities safe.
- Targeted intervention and prevention initiatives for suicide, depression, social isolation.
Other community grants
has links to funding sources for community groups and projects from federal, state and local government as well as some philanthropic funds and companies.