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Community and Cultural Grant Program

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.


Our Community and Cultural Grant Program provides eligible non-for-profit community groups and individuals, with funding of up to $3,000 available to develop and present new projects, programs and activities that have a direct benefit to the Albury community.

Round One of the Community and Cultural Grants Program 2023/2024 opened Tuesday, 1 August 2023. 

Important: programs/projects cannot commence until the grant assessment has occurred and successful applicants have been notified.

What we're looking to support


Programs, activities or initiatives that develop community capacity and/or services that meet identified local 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:

    • Aligned with an identified need or issue within the community.
    • Is developed in consultation with the community.
    • Creates opportunities to enhance skills.
    • Encourages community participation in the project.
    • Provides opportunities for sections of the community that do not normally access programs or activities.
    • Exposes the community to a range of opportunities not currently available.
    • There is contribution from the applicant organisation.

    Generally, grant applications will receive lower priority if:

    • They are for recurring projects or services.
    • The project is for a private facility.
    • The project is of a commercial nature.
    • The project is associated with licensed premises.
  • Funding will not be available for the following:

    • Applications for uniforms or merchandise.
    • A contribution towards operating costs for which your organisation is already receiving funding from Federal or State Government or other funding sources.
    • An organisation with substantial unallocated financial resources.
    • Recurrent salary costs or contribution to salary costs of existing positions in an organisation.
    • Building or capital improvements.
    • Projects that are or have the potential to be significantly funded from other sources i.e. fees or sponsorship.
    • Duplication of services.
    • Projects that are currently funded by AlburyCity, whether cash or in-kind.
    • Activities outside of the AlburyCity Local Government Area.

    Each application will be assessed by a Community and Cultural Grants independent panel, with successful applicants having funds made available in the 2023/24 financial year to assist in the completion of their project.

Accessibility, inclusion and support

AlburyCity is committed to ensuring better practice and ease of access to the Community and Cultural Grants Program.

If you are deaf and/or have a hearing or speech impairment, the National Relay Service may assist you on 1300 555 727.

  • Please note: To use the National Relay Service, you will need to register first, so you can make and receive calls.

If you are a non-English speaker, you can use the National Translating and Interpreting Service. The service provides immediate phone interpreting. To find out more, visit the TIS National website or call 131 450, and quote our unique number 285237.

You can also reach out to our Community Development team between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Either via phone on 02 6023 8111 or

Round 2 of AlburyCity's 2022/23 Community and Cultural Grants Program

The successful applicants include:

  • West Side Community Centre - Establish a Women's Empowerment Group and continue the Seniors Social Group
  • Jo-Ann Lancaster / Acrobat Pty Ltd - World Repair Services bike-pulled music stage from Oddies Creek to Albury Skate Park
  • Table Top Public P&C - Two-week Artist in Residence Program, providing daily artistic practice to students at Table Top Public School and the broader community
  • Mercy Connect - Outdoor open-air cinema experience at St John's Ambulance for those in our community living with a disability
  • Albury Wodonga Foodshare - Support our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) and Indigenous community members that are in need of food support with vouchers and hampers
  • Uncle Phil Murray - Workshops for men and boys to learn how to make and play the Yidaki (Aboriginal word for didgeridoo in eastern Arnhem Land)
  • Bricks On the Border - Brickmuster two-day LEGO show, bringing exhibitors from across Australia and a supervised build zone for kids
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