Provides eligible not-for-profit community groups and individuals, with funding of up to $3,000, to develop and present new projects, programs and activities, that have a direct benefit to the Albury community.
Applications for round one grants for eligible not for profit community organisations and individuals for grants under AlburyCity's community and cultural grant program are now closed.
AlburyCity recognises that COVID-19 makes it extremely hard to plan and deliver programs / projects to the community. When Community and Cultural grants are awarded to recipients it is with the intent that programs/projects will be delivered within the financial year. If groups and individuals are having trouble to fulfill this requirement because of COVID-19, we will work with you to determine the best approach and outcome.
Extensions may be granted and other solutions developed.
Programs cannot commence until the grant assessment has occurred and successful applicants have been notified.
We anticipate the funding recommendations will be approved at a September or October Council meeting, however applicants should be aware that this process may be delayed and therefore any events / projects / programs occurring in October or earlier cannot be guaranteed to have received a funding decision.
Funding will be offered in the following categories:
Programs, activities or initiatives that develop community capacity and/or services that meet identified community needs. This could include dance groups, community based groups and sport and recreation groups
Programs, activities or initiatives that provide art/cultural experiences and programs for the local community.
Grant applications will receive higher priority if:
Generally, grant applications will receive lower priority if:
Funding will not be available for the following:
Each application will be assessed by the panel with successful applicants having funds made available in the 2020/21 financial year to assist in the completion of their project.