Applications for Round 4 of the Stronger Communities Program is now open.
The program will fund local projects to build social and community connections.
The Coalition Government has committed up to $22.5 million under Round 4 of the program.
Communities across Australia are set to share in $22.5 million to improve local infrastructure and provide essential community equipment with applications now open for Round 4 of the Stronger Communities Program.
Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government John McVeigh said the program was aimed at funding projects that deliver social benefits and form part of the Coalition Government’s continuing commitment to strengthen communities across Australia.
“Our local communities are the heart of this great country and the investment in local projects under the Stronger Communities Programme is about invigorating these communities and ensuring their continued success,” Dr McVeigh said.
“The program will fund small capital projects in each of the 150 federal electorates, which can range from upgrading the local community hall or sporting facility, building new bike paths, or providing essential equipment for the local SES.
“These are the sorts of vital projects that bring our communities together, strengthen our social connections, build community participation and create vibrant and viable communities into the future.”
Each electorate will receive $150,000 to allocate towards successful projects, with a maximum of 20 projects to be funded per electorate. Interested organisations may be approved for grants of between $2500 and $20,000, covering up to 50 percent of eligible project costs. Applications close on Thursday October 11.
“...from upgrading the local community hall or sporting facility, building new bike paths, or providing essential equipment for the local SES.”
– Dr JOHN McVEIGH
- Further information on grant guidelines, eligibility requirements and the application process are at business.gov.au/scp