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Submissions Close 31 October 2016
Each year, Council calls for submissions for its annual grants program. Applicants must be not-for-profit organisations with projects that require seed-funding for a successful outcome and community benefit.
Round 1 of the annual Community Grants program closed for judging on 16 February 2016 and Round 2 closed on 22 August 2016.
Criteria from each submission in Round 2 has been matched with Council’s priorities and evaluated accordingly. Submissions are also marked against the specific criteria for the program.
Recommended projects that are able to receive their requested funding from Council’s grants program can be viewed below.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Lori Modde, Manager – Community and Economic Development on 9843 0191.
Western Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Western Sydney Symphony
Funding is to establish a Hills-based Symphony Orchestra and to conduct eight concerts during the year.
Areas of expenditure will be as follows:
Sydwest Multicultural Services
CALD Youth Sporting Skills Development Clinic 2016-17
Funding is for the costs of establishing sporting skills workshops for the CALD community.
Areas of expenditure are as follows:
in The Hills
(Auspiced by The Hills Community Aid & Information Service Inc)
Christmas In The Hills event 2016
Contributing funding to run the carols event which raises funds for Domestic Violence services this year.
Baulkham Hills Parkrun
Funding will establish a volunteer group and equipment
to run the weekly event.
SHE Connective Limited
Funding to develop a website that connects women to opportunities and events.
The Shepherd Centre
Funding is to provide a music therapy program
Hills Chinese Association Inc
Cultural Enhancement Program
Funding is for resources to support the Hills Chinese Community.
Parenting Seminars – Modern Day Parenting
Funding is for the development of a series of family seminars.
Men In Action Inc
Bring A Mate Connect Remote Participants Project
Funding for building a mobile application to assist community groups.
Wildfire Community Hub Inc
Wildfire Christmas Carols event
Funding assists with event costs to hold a Christmas Carols event raising funds and membership of the Men’s Shed.
Lisa Harnum Foundation
Seminar – Prevention & Education in Domestic Violence
with a CALD Perspective
Funding is for costs associated with running a domestic violence workshop.
Online Submissions Have Now Closed.
04 October 2016
31 October 2016
8:30am - 4:30pm Mon to Fri
(excl Public Holidays)
Telephone : +61 2 9843 0555
Fax : +61 2 9843 0409
PO Box 7064, Norwest 2153