Grants Currently Available
NAB Foundation Community Grants 2021
More Australian communities are being impacted by natural disasters. NAB Foundation Community Grants can help safeguard communities by funding projects that prepare for natural disasters, support long term recovery and build resilience against future disasters.
Up to $10,000 funding is available to fund local projects aiming to achieve one or more of the following:
- help people and places prepare for natural disasters
- assist in short and long-term recovery efforts
- build community resilience against future disasters
- strengthen the environment to be more resilient to natural disasters
- help communities reduce their climate risk.
Charities, social enterprises or organisations with a charitable purpose can apply for a grant to support a project, program or initiative.
Applications close: 30 July 2021. Applications received from 23 November 2020 to 31 March 2021 will be assessed, and successful grantees will be notified in April 2021. Applications received from 1 April 2021 to 30 July 2021 will be assessed, and successful grantees will be notified in August 2021.
Further information can be found here.
The ClubGRANTS Scheme was designed to ensure that larger registered clubs in NSW contribute to the provision of front-line services to their local communities and to ensure that the disadvantaged in the community are better positioned to benefit from the contributions made by those clubs.
ClubGRANTS also facilitates contributions by larger clubs towards infrastructure to support sporting, health and community activities.
ClubGRANTS Guidelines and Funding Categories
The new ClubGRANTS Guidelines are available online. Applicants should read the new Guidelines to determine whether they are eligible for ClubGRANTS funding. There are three funding categories under the ClubGRANTS scheme:
- Category 1 - expenditure on specific community welfare and social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities;
- Category 2 - expenditure on other community development and support services (eg. traditional areas of club expenditure, such as support for sport and recreation groups);
- Category 3 - expenditure represents 0.4% of a club's gaming machine profits over $1 million which is placed in a state wide pool to support large scale sport, health and community infrastructure.
How to Apply
As the clubs in the Camden Local Government Area have a combined liability of less than $30,000 under Category 1, a local committee is not required to be formed, therefore applications for funding under Category 1 are to be sent to individual clubs.
- Lakeside Golf Club Camden, 50 Raby Road, Catherine Field - Phone 8777 1000
- Camden RSL Club, 23 Cawdor Road, Camden - Phone 4655 8034
- Camden Golf Club, 50 Lodges Road, Narellan - Phone 4646 1203
The Campbelltown round facilitated by Sector Connect also considers and may fund appropriate Camden projects.
The 2021 funding round will be opened Monday the 15th of February –Wednesday 31st of March.
The 2021 Information Session will be held at the Campbelltown Catholic Club from 5.00-6.00 on Thursday the 11th of February. You can register to attend here.
Further information regarding the Sector Connect facilitated round can be found here.
For more information please contact Camden Council's Community Project Officer, Grants and Sponsorship, 4645 5106.
Local Sporting Champions
The Local Sporting Champions Program is an Australian Government initiative designed to provide financial assistance for young people aged 12-18 towards the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at an official national sporting organisation (NSO) endorsed state, national or international sporting championships or a School Sport Australia state or national championships.
Application information can be found on the Sport Australia website.
New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS)
If you are an eligible job seeker and are interested in starting and running a small business, you may be able to access assistance through the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS).
NEIS can provide you with accredited small business training, business advice and mentoring, as well as ongoing income support for up to 52 weeks.
Visit the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business website for more information.
Find a Grant for your Organisation or Group
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Our Community works to create practical linkages between the community sector, general public, business and government.
Visit the Our Community website for more information.
Looking for funding for your community project? Visit the Community Builders website for a list of funding programs from Federal, State and Local Government, as well as institutions, philanthropic trusts and businesses.
The Grants Hub
The Grants Hub is a grant directory which provides a quick and easy way to search for grants. They offer subsidised subscriptions for not for profit groups and also a free one day trial for anyone wanting to try it out.
For more information visit The Grants Hub website.
For more information contact Camden Council's Community Project Officer, Grants and Sponsorship, on 4645 5106.