Community and Environment Project Grants Program – Australia

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Community and Environment Project Grants Program – Australia


Deadline: 14-Apr-21

Noosa Shire Council is seeking applications for its Community and Environment Project Grants Program.

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The minimum grant amount from Council is $1,000 and the maximum grant amount is $30,000.
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The grant has two streams:

Community Projects;
Environment Projects.
Eligibility Criteria

The grant program is available to organizations who are seeking a financial contribution to a project which will benefit the residents of the Noosa Shire community and who:

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Are a legal not-for-profit organisation as defined by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission (ACNC) which are:
An incorporated association;
A company limited by guarantee;
A non-trading/non-distributing co-operative;
An Indigenous corporation.
Comply with all governance and financial requirements of the State and Commonwealth as at the closing date for the grant program.
Have an active ABN.
Have a bank account in the name of the legal entity.
If the applicant is not eligible they may apply under an eligible auspice (administrator). The auspice organisation will take legal and financial responsibility for the grant and the project being delivered.

All applicants (including the auspice) must have:

Appropriate insurances and adhere to sound Workplace Health and Safety practices.
No debt to Council, or have entered into scheduled payment arrangements that is being adhered to.
Met obligations of agreement conditions for any previous Council grants.
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This grant program is not available to:

Commercial businesses or business trusts.
Individuals.
Government agencies or departments of local, state or federal government.
Educational, political or religious organisations, or primary health care providers, where the application is for the organisation’s core business.
Parents and Friends Associations, or Parents & Citizens Associations.
Kindergartens, Pre-school and daycare centres.
Not-for-profit organisations with liquor-licensed supporters/associated club that commercially trades seven days a week.
For more information, visit https://www.noosa.qld.gov.au/community/grants/council-grants

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