Community benefit fund: minor community grants

If your application is successful

Grants during caretaker period

If you lodge a grant after 1 July, it will take longer than the normal four weeks to assess. You may not receive a response until early October.

You can't start your project until your grant is approved.

You must wait until you receive formal advice from us before you buy any goods, services or equipment.

You will find out if your application for minor community grants has been successful within four weeks of the funding round closing date.

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.

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: 22 June 2020

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