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Apply for a community grant

03 Aug 2017

Not-for-profit communities within the Federal electorate of Melbourne are invited to express an interest in the 2017 Stronger Communities grants program.

Grants of between $2500 and $20,000 are available for capital projects in Melbourne.

Grant funding must be spent on physical items or infrastructure and must be matched dollar-for-dollar, either in cash or in kind.

In previous years the grants have helped community groups upgrade neighbourhood houses, buy computers for a homework club, improve sports facilities, install solar panels on community spaces, and support food security projects for Melburnians in need.

For more information, contact Adam Bandt’s electorate office on 9417 0759 or head to www.adambandt.com/strongercommunities.  

Expressions of interest close on Thursday, August 17.

The grants program is funded through the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development and facilitated by Adam Bandt MP.

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