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Free information sessions on Council's Community Grant Program

By Central Coast Council
Posted: 3 Jun 2021
Central Coast Council's 2021-21 Community Grants Program will open 1 July 2021, with $900,000 in annual funding available to support local community groups and organisations to deliver worthwhile projects, programs and events that strengthen our community.

Council Director Community and Recreation Services Julie Vaughan said Council is running a series of free information sessions, drop-in sessions and grant writing workshops throughout June and July to support community members throughout the application process.

"This year, community groups and organisations will be able to apply for funding under three programs - the Community Development Grant Program, the Community Events and Place Activation Program and the Community Support Program," Ms Vaughan said.

"These three programs have been prioritised due to the significant benefits and outcomes they will deliver to the broader community.

"Unlike in previous years, there will only be one round of grant applications over the 2021-22 financial year for the Community Development and Events and Place Activation Grants programs, so if you are looking to deliver a project or event in the next 18 months, we encourage you to plan ahead by attending our upcoming information sessions and applying when applications open in July.

"The sessions and workshops are open to anyone in the community and are designed to help applicants better understand the process, improve the quality of their applications and communicate some of the changes to the Community Grants Program for 2021-22."

Council Administrator Rik Hart said the Community Grants Program plays an important role in supporting organisations to deliver events and programs that respond to the needs of our community.

"Through its Community Grants Program, Council provides community organisations with the support to deliver activities and events which build the community's capacity and create stronger local connections," Mr Hart said.

To book into to an upcoming information session or grant writing workshop and to learn more about the 2021-22 Community Grants Program, visit here.

 
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