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Grants available

03 Sep 2015

Expressions of interest for a share in up to $150,000 worth of community grants are now open.

As part of the 2015 Federal Budget, each federal electorate across Australia has $150,000 worth of grants to contribute towards small capital projects or small infrastructure projects as part of the “Stronger Communities” program.

Grant between $5000 and $20,000 will be awarded to local councils and community not-for-profit organisations within Melbourne through the Melbourne Community Consultation Committee.

Greens federal member for Melbourne Adam Bandt encouraged local councils and not-for-profits to submit an expression of interest by Sunday, September 20.

“The Stronger Communities grants give community groups in Melbourne the chance to build or upgrade important infrastructure to support their important work in our community,” Mr Bandt said.

For more information about the grants visit http://www.adambandt.com/strongercommunities

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