Council provides a variety of grants to support not-for-profit organisations and groups across the Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA) to deliver projects, activities or events that address local needs and contribute to Council's Community Strategic Plan.
Seniors Festival - closes Monday 18 November
Campbelltown City Council provides grant funding up to $500 to local not-for-profit services and organisations and seniors groups to hold an event or activity held during NSW Seniors Festival in February. Grant funding can support a range of large or small scale events and activities including access to expert advice, and information, tools and resources, opportunities to connect seniors with local organisations and services, outdoor and physically active workshops, creative activities and wellbeing initiatives.
Seniors Festival 2020 Grant Funding Guidelines(209KB, PDF)
Connected Communities Fund
The Connected Communities Fund offers grants up to $2,000 for local not-for-profit community organisations and groups.
The Connected Communities Fund is Campbelltown City Council’s revamped grants program. This is Council’s way of funding not for profit community groups and organizations to deliver on the objectives and vision they expressed in our Campbelltown 2027 - Community Strategic Plan, for;
- A vibrant, liveable city
- A respected and protected natural environment
- A thriving, attractive city
- A successful city
Campbelltown City Council provides grant funding up to $500 to local not-for-profit youth services and organisations towards an event or activity to be held during NSW Youth Week. Grant funding can support a range of large or small scale events and activities including opportunities for young people to share their views and ideas, provide entertainment for young people or teach young people new skills.
International Women's Day
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women. Campbelltown Council provides grant funding up to $500 for local not-for-profit groups and organisations to deliver events or activities for women in the month of March. Grant funding can support a range of large or small scale events and activities that develop new skills, strengthen independence and increase knowledge.
Council will support community groups to celebrate Campbelltown 2020, your way. If you have an idea for how you and your community would like to commemorate this milestone, apply for funding. The Campbelltown 2020 Community Grants Program will offer individual grants of up to $1000 for community groups to celebrate one or more of the three pillars of the program:
- The rich aboriginal history
- Bicentennial milestones, and
- Future aspirations of the city.