Community benefit fund: major community grants

If your application is successful

You will be notified on the result of your application. Read about funding rounds on what you need to know to apply.

Successful applications

If you are successful, you have 12 months from the date of your successful letter to claim your funding and sign the agreement.

If you don't claim within 12 months, your funding will be forfeited and you will have to re-apply.

Unsuccessful applications

If your application is unsuccessful you will receive an email.

You can re-apply in the next funding round. Your application must have:

  • met the assessment criteria
  • and was unsuccessful because of a lack of priority or funding capacity for that round.

Re-applying does not improve your prospects. Each application is considered on merit and is assessed against the other applications for the round.

Receiving the funds

Grants are paid in advance and in full to the organisation that is legally and financially responsible for the project.

If your organisation is incorporated or exempt, you will receive funds directly. If you have a sponsor, funds will be paid to them.

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Last updated: 01 February 2019

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