City of Moonee Valley COVID-19 Recovery Grants

Date/Deadline: 21 Jan, 2021

The City of Moonee Valley is accepting applications for the COVID-19 Recovery Grants Program.

Following our hugely popular rounds of Recovery Grants earlier this year, grants are back with two more rounds of funding for 2020/21.

These grants can provide funding for local business, community groups and artists to undertake projects to help adapt to the challenges faced by the pandemic and to reconnect as a community as we move towards a ‘COVID-normal’.

Applications are assessed based on the assessment criteria outlined in the Grant Guidelines. Unlike other grant programs offered by state and federal governments, our Council grants only have a limited pool of funding and unfortunately not all applications will be successful.

There are three streams of funding:

• Business Grants
These grants are designed to support businesses with specific projects to adapt to the new challenges faced by the pandemic and to reconnect with the community as restrictions are easing.
They’re also looking for businesses to work together, collaborating so more businesses can benefit from successful grants projects
– Business collaboration – up to $10,000
– Adapting and reconnecting – up to $5,000

• Community Grants
These grants are designed to support local community groups and organisations that have been impacted by the pandemic to continue operations and to deliver meaningful community projects to help the community to reconnect.
– Adapting and reconnecting – up to $5,000
– Community recovery partnerships (community groups) – up to $1,500
– Community recovery partnerships (essential service) – up to $20,000

• Artist Grants
Funding is available to develop new works or continue works that have been interrupted.
– Individual artists – up to $2,500
– Arts organisations – up to $5,000

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