Community Funding Program Grants

Our Community Funding Program provides grants to support projects, events and activities that benefit the local community.

The Community Funding Program is offered twice a year.

The second round of funding is now open and closes Friday 17 November 2017.

The Community Funding Program provides financial assistance of up to $5,000 per financial year to local non-profit groups, organisations and individuals, for projects and initiatives which benefit the local community and enhance community wellbeing.


Examples of projects or initiatives include:

  • activities which protect and enhance the local environment or promote sustainable living
  • purchase of new equipment to increase the ability of a group to deliver a service, activity or program to the community
  • events that encourage cultural diversity or active participation in community life
  • innovative sport, recreation and physical activity programs
  • arts and cultural projects which have publicly accessible outcomes, including performances, concerts or workshops.

Applicants can apply for funding through the following two grants schemes:


Community Grants Scheme

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(Up to $5,000 per financial year)

The Community Grants Schemes has four funding categories:

  1. Community Development
  2. Environment
  3. Events
  4. Sport & Recreation.

Public Art & Culture Grants Scheme

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(Up to $5,000 per financial year)

The Public Art & Culture Grants Scheme has three funding categories:

  1. Artistic & Cultural Programs & Events
  2. Artistic Development
  3. Visual Public Art.

 

How to apply

All applications should aim to provide community benefits for the residents of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

Before applying for funding, please read both the Community Funding Program Policy and relevant Guidelines below.

Download Application Form


Key documents

Download: Community Funding Program Policy

Download: Community Grants Scheme Guidelines

Download: Public Art & Culture Grants Scheme Guidelines


More Information

Contact the Council’s General Manager, Governance & Community Affairs, Lisa Mara on 08 8366 4549 or email lmara@npsp.sa.gov.au