City of Canning accepting Applications for Small Grants Program
The City of Canning is accepting applications for the Small Grants Program to support low-cost, quick-turnaround activities.
1000 new grants and donors
Objectives of City of Canning Small Grants Program include:
Improved health and wellbeing.
Collaboration and partnerships to make better use of limited resources and facilities.
Active volunteer environmental groups.
High levels of participation in community groups, clubs and organizations.
Varied and accessible community events, services and facilities.
An environmentally aware, motivated and well-informed community.
Community groups have the capacity to meet member’s needs and grow as needed.
Clean and safe public spaces.
Cultural diversity, beliefs and values of the community are respected, and
Aboriginal culture, heritage and history are respected.
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City of Canning is offering Small Grants– up to $500
Any equipment (or non-consumable items) purchased with the grant must be durable i.e. last over 12 months
To be eligible for community grants, applicants must reside, be located and/or operate in the City of Canning. (Not for profit organisations, excluding sporting clubs, which have offices outside Canning but deliver services to Canning residents may apply). All applicants must be able to demonstrate the benefit to the Canning community. The following are eligible for the outlined grant levels:
Individuals and non-incorporated groups.
Not-for Profit organisations.
Government and Not-for-Profit kindergartens, primary and secondary schools.
Eligible items for City of Canning support include:
Purchase of equipment available for ongoing use by the Canning community.
Fees for professional services hired for the activity (e.g. workshop presenters, contractors/casuals working only on the specific activity proposed).
Costs specific to the activity (e.g. venue hire).
Project administration costs (e.g. postage), and
Advertising, promotional supplies (e.g. signage, flyers, advertising).
The following are ineligible for City of Canning grant funding:
Deadline Free Grants
Government departments and agencies,
Activities which form part of academic assessment, and
Applicants that have an outstanding grant acquittal with the City of Canning, unless there is evidence of exceptional circumstances which are approved by the Chief Executive Officer.
Your application will be assessed by City of Canning against how well it meets all of the following criteria:
Planning and management.
Value for money, and
Ability to assist in delivering the Strategic Community Plan.
For more information, visit https://www.canning.wa.gov.au/our-community/community-initiatives/community-grants-program/small-grants