Community Small Grants

The Community Small Grants Program is part of the Communities for Children DSS funding and provides funding for short term activities, events or programs to support and strengthen families and children in the Burnie Statistical Area.

What does this program offer?

Through a competitive process community groups and service agencies can make an application for three (3) one-off funding grants of $12,000 each, to deliver an activity, event or run a program in the Burnie Statistical Area.

Burnie Communities for Children Statistical Area Level 2 (2011) includes:

Burnie – Ulverstone Region

South Nietta, Loongana, Preston, South Preston, Castra, Upper Castra, Gunns Plains, Heka, Loyetea, Hampshire, Tewkesbury, Highclere, Ridgley, West Ridgley, East Ridgley, Stowport, Upper Stowport, Mooreville, West Mooreville, Glance Creek, Cuprona, West Pine, Camena, Natone, Riana, South Riana, Sprent, Spalford, Abbotsham, North Motton.

Acton – Upper Burnie

Romaine – Havenview

Emu Heights, Brooklyn, Downlands

Burnie – Wivenhoe

South Burnie, Burnie, Montello, Hillcrest

Parklands – Camdale

Ocean Vista, Cooee, Parklands, Park Grove, East Cam, Shorewell Park, Camdale

All applications are assessed against the assessment criteria. It is important to note that meeting all criteria does not guarantee that an application will be successful.

Who can access this program?

Community groups and service agencies

$
What does it cost?

Free

How to access this program?

Community Small Grant Rd 5 – 2021/2022

TIMELINE

Applications open: Monday 30th August 2021

Applications close: Friday 24th September 2021

Assessment Period: 25th September to 8th October 2020

Notification of Outcome: 29th October 2021

Delivery Period:
January 2022 - 26 November 2022

To submit an application, click here.

For additional information, please click on the below links:

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What does this program offer?

Through a competitive process community groups and service agencies can make an application for three (3) one-off funding grants of $12,000 each, to deliver an activity, event or run a program in the Burnie Statistical Area.

Burnie Communities for Children Statistical Area Level 2 (2011) includes:

Burnie – Ulverstone Region

South Nietta, Loongana, Preston, South Preston, Castra, Upper Castra, Gunns Plains, Heka, Loyetea, Hampshire, Tewkesbury, Highclere, Ridgley, West Ridgley, East Ridgley, Stowport, Upper Stowport, Mooreville, West Mooreville, Glance Creek, Cuprona, West Pine, Camena, Natone, Riana, South Riana, Sprent, Spalford, Abbotsham, North Motton.

Acton – Upper Burnie

Romaine – Havenview

Emu Heights, Brooklyn, Downlands

Burnie – Wivenhoe

South Burnie, Burnie, Montello, Hillcrest

Parklands – Camdale

Ocean Vista, Cooee, Parklands, Park Grove, East Cam, Shorewell Park, Camdale

All applications are assessed against the assessment criteria. It is important to note that meeting all criteria does not guarantee that an application will be successful.

Who can access this program?

Community groups and service agencies

$
What does it cost?

Free

How to access this program?

Community Small Grant Rd 5 – 2021/2022

TIMELINE

Applications open: Monday 30th August 2021

Applications close: Friday 24th September 2021

Assessment Period: 25th September to 8th October 2020

Notification of Outcome: 29th October 2021

Delivery Period:
January 2022 - 26 November 2022

To submit an application, click here.

For additional information, please click on the below links:

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