Community Grants


ClubGRANTS Category 1 2018

Applications for the 2018 funding round will open on 30 March 2018.


Applications are invited for projects and services that contribute to the welfare and broader social fabric of the local community, and are aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.

For more information about ClubGRANTS please go to Clubs NSW

For information regarding ClubGRANTS Category 2 funding, please contact North Sydney Leagues Club

Please note that if your organisation has received previous funding from North Sydney Clubgrants you are required to forward your report form to Norths League Club.



Small Grants Program 2018-19

Applications for the 2018-19 funding round are now CLOSED

Each year North Sydney Council provides funding via the Small Grants Funding Program to local community organisations who provide services to our local residents. Funding amounts are generally in the range of $500 - $2,000 and should be seen as a contribution rather than a commitment to fund the entire service.


Read about the successful Small Grants funding applications for the financial year 2017-18.



Food Grants Program

(Applications now Closed)

This funding program is for projects and services run by local, not-for-profit organisations that provide food assistance to people most in need in the North Sydney area.


Take a look at some of the successful Food Grant projects for 2018...


Church by the Bridge

Healthy community lunches once per month to residents of Greenway apartments as well as a special Christmas Eve lunch for Greenway residents

The Kirribilli Centre

Free weekly lunch for disadvantaged and socially isolated members of our community. The community lunch provides a safe, welcoming space where people from all backgrounds in our community can come together and build relationships.  A community Christmas lunch is also provided.

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.

Society of St Vincent de Paul

Vinnies at Crows Nest provides supermarket gift cards to those in need of food and essentials.

Taldumande Youth Services

Young people at Taldumande may not be able to spend Christmas with their families.  Taldumande provides a special Christmas celebration BBQ and all the young people receive a Christmas Hamper

Phoenix House Youth Services

Friday lunches are provided to young people who are living out of home and are without family support.  Friday Lunch program provides a nutritious home cooked meal and helps the young people connect with resources.

Hare Krishna Food for Life Program (North Sydney)

Free evening meal provided every night to anyone who needs a nutritious meal of rice, lentils, vegetables and dessert.




Grant Acquittal Reports for North Sydney Council funding

Submit this for funding that was received during the previous financial year - due date is 30 June each year

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)

Grant Acquittal Form for Cultural Organisations (PDF) (98KB)


More Information

Contact the Community and Arts Administration Officer, Community Development 9936 8100 or

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