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Resilient Hawkesbury Grants to support Community Groups – Australia

Resilient Hawkesbury Grants to support Community Groups – Australia


Deadline: 28-Feb-21

The Hawkesbury City Council is accepting applications for its Resilient Hawkesbury Grants to support community groups, joint organisations, and not-for-profit groups to undertake projects that enhance social recovery and preparedness activities.

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The Hawkesbury City Council acknowledges that these grants have been made available through funding provided to Council under the Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund.

Funding Information

The Hawkesbury City Council is offering communities impacted by the 2019-2020 Summer Bushfires grants of $500 to 5,000.
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Activities that are not eligible for funding:

Applications that request ongoing program funding;
Applications for projects and/or activities that are not related to the community recovery attributed to the bushfire event;
Applications that request covering existing debts or budget deficits.
Funding Eligibility Criteria

Projects should be community-led events/programs for grass-roots activities that contribute to community recovery and/or resilience including projects that support community wellbeing.
Applicants must either be an incorporated association or auspiced by an incorporated association
Projects will need to contribute to one or more of the following Disaster Recovery Outcomes:
The needs of vulnerable groups are addressed in disaster recovery;
The community is aware of the disaster recovery processes;
The community can express its changing disaster recovery needs;
Community members are aware of the risks of future disasters;
The community has improved capacity and capability to respond to future disasters;
Business and not-for-profits have in place adequate mitigation practices for risks and threats;
The government, private sector, civil society and organisations are engaged in plans for preparedness and management of the recovery.
Examples of projects include:
Creating/enhancing community connections;
Creative activities;
Community events/celebrations;
Physical activities;
Mental health initiatives;
Connection to land/environment.
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Applications for Round 1 will be received until close of business 28 February 2021;
Applicants will be advised of the outcome of the application by 16 April 2021.
The views expressed in this material do not necessarily reflect the views of the New South Wales Government.

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