ClubGRANTS Category 1
Applications for the 2017-18 Financial Year are NOW OPEN - CLOSING DATE 26 May 2017
Applications for North Sydney ClubGRANTS will need to address three targeted questions in addition to the standard questions. The three questions addressing priorities for the North Sydney local government area are:
- How will your project help people from a particular cultural background - refugees or people from a culturally and linguistically-diverse background?
- How will your project help people feel a sense of community connection and address social isolation?
- How does your project help people who are socially and/or financially disadvantaged?
For more information about ClubGRANTS please go to Clubs NSW
For information regarding the different ClubGRANTS Category 2 funding, please contact North Sydney Leagues Club directly.
Small Grants Program
Applications for the 2017-18 Financial Year are - CLOSED.
Grant acquittal for funding that was received for the 2016-17 Financial year are - due by 30 June 2017.
Grant Acquittal Form for Community Organisations (Word Version) (111KB)
Grant Acquittal Form for community Organisations (PDF) (96KB)
Grant Acquittal Form for Cultural Organisations (word version) (111KB)
Grants Acquittal Form for Cultural Organisations (PDF) (98KB)
Food Grants Program 2017
Applications are - CLOSED, 25 Nov 2016.
This funding program is for projects and services run by local, not for profit organisations who provide food assistance to the people most in need in the North Sydney area.
Successful Food Grant Funding Projects for 2017 include:
|Church by the Bridge
||Healthy community lunches once per month to residents of Greenway
|The Kirribilli Centre
||Free weekly BBQ to disadvantaged and socially isolated members of our community
|Parish of Our Lady of the Way
||'Father Tony's Christmas Day Lunch' for people who would otherwise be alone on Christmas Day
|Northside Baptist Church
||The 'Love Crows Nest Breakfast' seeks to provide a high quality, free breakfast for members of the Crows Nest community—especially those members of the community who are vulnerable, needy, isolated, or homeless. The breakfast aims to create a safe, welcoming space where people from all backgrounds in our community can come together and build relationship.
|Crows Nest Centre
||Crows Nest Centre supplies festive hampers to older people and people with a disability, most of whom live alone. To achieve this we work in partnership with local schools and churches to gather festive food items for distribution. A willing band of volunteers then assists us to sort, allocate and package festive hampers. The aim is to share the Christmas spirit with people who are often on their own over the Christmas/new year period.
|Phoenix House Youth Services
||Christmas is often a very challenging time for our marginalised young people. The Christmas dinner at Phoenix House is their only family function where they enjoy a special meal and participate in traditional activities like receiving gifts from Father Christmas, playing games and singing. The team at Phoenix House make a special effort to make this a memorable evening for our young people
About North Sydney Council Community Grants - contact the Community and Arts Administration Officer, Community Development 9936 8100.
Happy recipient of a Christmas Hamper at the Crows Nest Centre
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