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District Council of Yankalilla
Made by Nature - Fleurieu Coast
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Made by Nature - Fleurieu Coast

Council Grants

Council's Community Grants 

In 2017/18 the District Council of Yankalilla has adopted the following Community Payments:

  • Contribution to Myponga Community Centre - $25,000
  • Contribution to Myponga Playground (behind church) - $5,000
  • Contribution to New Year's Eve Parade - $11,000
  • Contribution to Yankalilla Memorial Park - $25,000
  • Contribution to Youth (including Operations Flinders) - $5,000

The Community Grants program this year has been allocated $40,000

Grant Round for 2017/18

Council is currently updating its guidelines and application form for Community Grant submissions.  As soon as finalised they will be uploaded here and printed copies made available at the Centre, Library and Council Offices.

At Council's meeting on 18 July 2017, Council adopted the following Community Grants Policy(382 kb) - which outlines many topics, including:

  • Principle of the Policy
  • Eligibility Criteria
  • Making a Submission
  • Assessment Process
  • Conditions of a Grant
When can I apply within 2017/18?

The round will be opened within August 2017 and continue through until the end of September.

 

Individual Grants for Youth and Students

Individual grants are offered to eligible youth or students who achieve excellence in sport, cultural or other eligible fields.

This is an exciting new Grants Program initiated by the District Council of Yankalilla for their residents.

Guidelines and Application Form: Individual Grants Guidelines and Application Form(3925 kb)

Individual Grants for Youth and Students Policy: Individual Grants for Youth and Students Policy(194 kb)

To find out more about applying for a grant contact Claire Taylor on 8558 0264 or email clairetaylore@yankalilla.sa.gov.au

State and Federal Grants

Each year the South Australian Government and the Federal Government make funding available for community groups to assist with projects. Grants are made available through funding rounds that occur once a year and in a few cases twice a year. Advanced planning is essential to ensure that you get your applications in on time as usually only one month (or less) is given to write and submit applications. If you have a project that requires a lot of preliminary work such as building plans and costings it is important to have these ready to go in anticipation of a funding round being announced. Sometimes these grants require matching dollars to be provided by community groups.

Both Federal and State Governments have created websites to assist the general public to search for grants. The State Government site also allows you to register for an email alert system that sends information on grant funding rounds as soon as they are announced.

Federal Government: www.grantslink.gov.au

State Government: http://www.sa.gov.au/subject/employment%20and%20finance/Financial%20support/Grants

Sport & Recreation: http://www.recsport.sa.gov.au/funding-scholarships/index.html

Contact Us

1 Charles Street

PO Box 9

Yankalilla SA 5203

Tel: 08 8558 0200

Fax: 08 8558 2022

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