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Ashfield Council’s 2013/2014 Community & Environmental Grant Scheme

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Does Your Organisation Need more Money?
Ashfield Council’s 2013/2014 Community & Environmental Grant Scheme opens on Monday 4th November 2013
Funding Available
There are two funding streams available under the 2013/2014 grant scheme:
Grant 1: Community Initiatives: Local non-profit organisations and groups can apply for grant funding of up to $2,000 for services or programs that address major community needs. The total pool for 2013/2014 is approximately $40,000.
Grant 2: Environmental Initiatives: Local non-profit organisations and groups can apply for the funding of Environmental initiatives. There is a pool of $5,000 under this category.
Council welcomes applications from legally incorporated, not for profit and community based organisations and groups. Unincorporated groups must seek to become auspiced by an incorporated organisation.
Information Sessions
The Council’s Community and Environmental grant scheme has recently been reviewed and some changes have been made to the application form and guidelines. These will be discussed at the information sessions and groups interested applying to this year’s grant round are strongly encouraged to attend one of the two information sessions. The sessions will be held on:
Tuesday 12 November, 10am-11am and 6pm-7pm at the Ashfield Civic Centre.
How to apply
Application forms will be available on Council’s website at Grants & Funding | Ashfield Council
To book your place at the information session or for enquiries, contact Council at christinao@ashfield.nsw.gov.au or phone (02) 9716 1842.
The closing date for all applications: 5pm, Friday 6th December 2013

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