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A number of opportunities are available for financial support to locally based non profit community groups and organisations in Campbelltown.
Representing Australia? Apply for a $500 Donation
Council is supporting community groups to celebrate Campbelltown 2020, your way offering individual grants of up to $1000.
Grants of up to $2000 are being made to small businesses, and local community and not for profit organisations, to help them meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community groups, not for profits, sporting clubs, businesses and other organisations can access a range of government grants through the Campbelltown Grants Hub portal.
ClubGrants provides the opportunity for local projects to apply for funding from the Campbelltown Clubs under the scheme. Projects up to a value of $5,000 will be considered.
Grants of up to $2000 will be made through the Connected Communities Fund and up to $500 for non-incorporated groups to deliver on the objectives of the Campbelltown 2027 - Community Strategic Plan.
Grant funding up to $500 is offered to local not-for-profit groups and organisations to deliver events and activities for women in the month of March.
Private owners of heritage buildings can apply for a grant of up to $2000 for approved heritage restoration projects each financial year though the Local Heritage Fund.
Grant funding up to $500 is offered to local not-for-profit organisations and seniors groups to hold an event or activity during the NSW Seniors Festival in February.
Grant funding up to $500 is offered to local not-for-profit youth services and organisations to support a range of large and small scale events and activities.