The City of Greater Geraldton 27th Community Grant Program offers up to $20,000 to not-for-profit business

Jessica MoroneyGeraldton Guardian
City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn and Dave Kroiter from Sun City Christian Centre.
Camera IconCity of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn and Dave Kroiter from Sun City Christian Centre. Credit: City of Greater Geraldton

Not-for-profit organisations and groups have the opportunity to apply for funding, with the City of Greater Geraldton taking applications for their 27th round of community grants.

Those organisations around the region can apply for a funding boost of up to $20,000.

The opportunity is designed for not-for-profit groups, clubs, and organisations to provide assistance to improve and implement projects within the community.

The ideal candidate would be an organisation that delivers activities and programs that enhance and promote wellbeing within Greater Geraldton.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said a community grant could provide much-needed support and was an important service provided by the City.

“We are fortunate to have so many organisations that do such wonderful work in our community,” he said.

“I encourage all community groups who feel they would benefit from financial assistance to apply for a community grant.”

Successful projects funded in the Round 24 Community Grants Program included Tarcoola Park Tennis Club, Ngala Community Services, Geraldton Yacht Club, Pollinators and Geraldton Bowling Club.

To receive feedback on an application, deadline for draft submissions is on Sunday, August 7.

Community members seeking assistance with their application can receive feedback before the final deadline.

The final deadline for submissions is no later than 5pm on Wednesday, August 24.

Eligibility requirements can be found in the Community Funding Programs Guidelines, for more information on the program visit the City’s website.

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