Enriching Canning Grants Round 3

Date/Deadline: 07 Mar, 2023

The Community Grants Program supports sporting clubs, not for profit organisations and individuals to create a welcoming and thriving City by contributing to an inclusive, safe and vibrant community.

Inclusive activities, programs and events should meet one or more of the following:

Connect

  • Create opportunities for shared cultural and artistic expression
  • Promote awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal culture and heritage
  • Facilitate connections, learning and activities for all
  • Build the capacity of your organisation to respond to identified community need
  • Foster collaboration between groups, business and stakeholders
  • Advocate and deliver opportunities for healthy activity and lifestyles
  • Facilitate and partner to deliver a range of recreation and leisure services/ facilities
  • Collaborate to ensure safe places and spaces for all
  • Nurture connections between people and the places they share

Enhance

  • Advocate for and deliver well-managed natural areas supporting biodiversity and appropriate recreation
  • Undertake activities to minimise and reuse waste
  • Enhance the health of the Canning River, waterways and surrounding natural areas
  • Reduce reliance on fossil fuels and optimise the use of natural resources
  • Raise awareness and engage with others to protect, respect and enjoy the natural environment
  • Promote and educate the community on sustainability and waste management practices
  • Proactively respond to the impacts of climate change

Lead

  • Promote social inclusion and equitable access to all

Equipment purchases must form part of the activity/ program outlined in the application and be used frequently in future activities in Canning.

Maximum Grant available: $5,000

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