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Community Wellbeing Small Grants 2018/19

This is a preview of the 2018 IWC Council Community Wellbeing Small Grants Application form. When you’re ready to apply, click Fill Out Now to begin.
 

Introduction

Community Wellbeing Small Grants Program

The Community Wellbeing Grants Program provides financial and in-kind assistance to not-for-profit community based organisations or community groups auspiced by an organisation, for projects which address local issues; promote social justice; enhance wellbeing; strengthen the sustainability and capability of Inner West community and foster inclusion and social connection. The grants support community development projects and initiatives that align to Inner West Council's Community Strategic Plan.

Community Wellbeing Grants are available in two streams:

  • small grants between $250-$500 available per annum
  • annual grants up to $7,500 are available per application

If your grant proposal is for a grant up to $7,500 please exit this form and apply under the annual Community Wellbeing Grants Program.

All applications should aim to provide community benefits for the residents of the Inner West Council area. This includes the suburbs of Annandale, Ashfield, Balmain (including Balmain East), Birchgrove, Dobroyd Point, Dulwich Hill, Enmore, Haberfield, Leichhardt, Lewisham, Lilyfield, Marrickville, South Marrickville, Petersham, Rozelle, Stanmore, St Peters, Summer Hill, Sydenham, Tempe. Inner West Council also includes parts of Ashbury, Camperdown, Croydon, Croydon Park, Hurlstone Park and Newtown.

 

Community Wellbeing Grants Program Guidelines

Information regarding the grant objectives; eligibility; assessment criteria; timeframe; and funding conditions is contained in the Community Wellbeing Grant Guidelines

For more information about the Inner West community, visit Council's Community Strategic Plan and Inclusion Action Plan and Community Profile

Please contact Council's Grants & Research Officer on 9392 5842 should you have any questions.

Other Council grant programs

In addition to Community Wellbeing Grants, Council’s other grant streams include:

  • Arts and Culture
  • Community History and Heritage
  • Environment (including small grants)
  • Recreation

Links to guidelines and application forms for these other grants is available on Council’s website.