Grant Opportunities

Australia: West Gate Neighbourhood Fund Grant Program

Australia: West Gate Neighbourhood Fund Grant Program

Deadline: 18-Jun-21

The West Gate Neighbourhood Fund has been established by the Victorian Government to support communities in Melbourne’s inner west during the construction of the West Gate Tunnel Project (WGTP).

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The $10 million West Gate Neighbourhood Fund is a Victorian Government initiative to support community projects in the Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay city council areas, while the West Gate Tunnel Project is under construction.

Priorities

To be eligible for a West Gate Neighbourhood Fund – Grant, applications should support the strengthening of community connectedness and cohesiveness, as well as align with at least one of the following priorities:

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$15,000-$25,000 Funding for Women and Children living in Extreme Poverty. Deadline to apply: 31 July 2021

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Health and Wellbeing – supporting programs and opportunities which promote healthy living and wellbeing.
Innovation – supporting projects and events which help the community to solve future challenges.
Environment and Sustainability – enhancing and conserving green spaces and the environment.
Mobility – making it easier for communities to travel and explore their local area.
Leadership – supporting and training future leaders to advocate for their community.
Education and Skills – providing information, skills and new opportunities to members of the community.
Diversity – supporting social inclusion for diverse populations.
Arts & Culture – celebrating culture and building positive community perceptions.
Heritage – celebrating history and creating links between the past and present within the community.
Beautification – supporting opportunities to improve the aesthetics and facilities of the community.
Grant Categories

Proposed projects must fit into one of the following West Gate Neighbourhood Fund – Grants categories:

Connecting neighbourhoods grants: Up to $10,000 for a one-off project or activity that aims to improve community connectedness and participation
Celebrating neighbourhoods grants: Up to $20,000 for festivals, events, and installations that bring local people together
Transforming neighbourhoods grants: $20,001 to $100,000 for improvements to local community, sporting and recreation facilities and local environments. Co-funding will be considered favourably in the assessment process and could be in the form of financial or in-kind contributions.
Eligibility Criteria

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Incorporated not-for-profit organisations with proposals for projects located within the local government areas of Maribyrnong City Council and Hobsons Bay City Council can apply for a West Gate Neighbourhood Fund – Grant. Applications are invited from:
incorporated not-for-profit community organisations
groups auspiced by not-for-profit community organisations.
Incorporated not-for-profit community organisations may include but are not limited to:
charities
organisations with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) or Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) status
cooperatives
companies limited by guarantee and/or limited by shares (non-distribution of profits or dividends)
trusts that are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC)
associations (under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009)
Local Aboriginal Land Councils
organisations established under an Act of Parliament.
To be eligible to apply for a West Gate Neighbourhood Fund – Grant, applicants must:
be based in the Maribyrnong City Council or Hobsons Bay City Council, or conduct activities that benefit members of these communities
propose a project where the majority of participants and/or recipients are residents of the Maribyrnong City Council or Hobsons Bay City Council
demonstrate that the project can be delivered within 12 months of the receipt of funding
have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
have current public liability insurance (PLI).
For more information, visit https://westgatetunnelproject.vic.gov.au/community/grants/neighbourhoodfund

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