Our Grants

The Shire's Community Grant Program is organised on a financial year basis and is a competitive process. The grants aim to support the sustainability and independence of community groups. Shire of Mundaring Community Grants Program.pdf

Please refer to the Grant Guidelines for further information about your group's eligibility and what the grant will fund. All community groups are encouraged to discuss their ideas and options with the Grants and Volunteers Advisor, especially those seeking funds for the first time.

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Community Grants Program Dates 2018/19

​GrantOpening Date​Closing DateNotification
Community Event Grant​​

Round Two

For events held between 10/04/2019 and 08/10/2019

Opens 26 January 2019

 

 

28 February 2019

 

 

​​Matching Fund Grant

Round Two

26 January 2019

 

28 February 2019

 

10 April 2019

​Quick Grant

Round Two

12 April 2019

 

13 May 2019​

 

10 June 2019

Annual ​Milestone Event Grant​

26 January 2019

 28 February 201910 April 2019
​Volunteer Recognition Event GrantOpen on an ongoing basisOpen on an ongoing basis
​​Youth GrantsOpen on an ongoing basisOpen on an ongoing basis

 

2018/19 Grant Recipients

Round One Community Event Grant

​Mt Helena Residents & Ratepayers AssociationAct Belong Commit Hills Billy Cart Festival​$5000
​Maida Vale Masters Swimming Club​Lake Leschenaultia Open Water Swim​$426
​Parkerville Primary School Parents & Citizens AssociationParkerville Primary School Twilight Christmas Fete​$1500
​Glen Forrest Primary School Parents & Citizens Association​Community Fete and Art Auction​$5000
​Darlington Family Playgroup​Open Day​$500
​Glen Forrest Christmas Gathering (under auspice of Glen Forrest Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade)​Glen Forrest Christmas Gathering​$1500

 

Round One Matching Grant

​The Hills Choir​Promotional material​$350
​Chidlow Progress Association​Chidlow Hall stage repair​$2000
​Mundaring Tennis Club​Clubroom upgrade​$1864
​Swan Hills Karate Fundraising Association​Protective equipment$​480
​Mundaring Camera ClubFraming for What a Tool exhibition​$1240
​Sacred Heart School Parents & Friends Association​BBQ and coffee machine​$493

 

Round One Quick Grant

​The Hills Choir​PA System Upgrade​$500
​Eastern Hills Little Athletics Centre​High Jump mat​$500
​Darlington Sports and Recreation Association​Australia Day Weekend Music Gig​$500
​Greenmount Primary School Parents and Citizens Association​Outdoor cinema equipment​$500
​X-Speed Australia Cycle Club​Junior cycling handbook​$500
​Mount Helena Residents and Ratepayers Association​Mount Helena Aquatic Centre Events​$500
​Swan View Community Garden​Community garden development​$500
​Silver Tree Steiner School Parents and Friends Association​Framing of cultural artwork​$500
​Mustard Seed - Discovering Computers​Smartphones​$500
​Mundaring Sporting Club​Community bowls​$500
​Chidlow Progress Association​Old Chidlow Hall under stage storage​$500
​Mahogany Creek Progress Association​Kitchen equipment for Hall​$493

 

2017/18 Grant Recipients

$58,596 was invested in the local community through the 2017/18 Community Grants Program.

There were 121 applications and 97 of these were successful.  The grants met identified community need, promoted active participation of local residents, built community strength and enhanced the image of the Shire.

Here is a full list of 2017/18 Community Grant recipients: 2017-2018 Grant Recipients.pdf



Grants and Volunteers Advisor
9290 6678
ga@mundaring.wa.gov.au

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