Types of grant funding agreements

The Northern Territory Government generally provides 3 types of money-based grants:

Capital grants are for one-off projects such as:

  • construction of new facilities
  • extension to or upgrading of existing facilities or
  • purchasing of major equipment or assets.

They don't include general repairs and maintenance on existing assets.

If your grant falls under this category, the government agency issuing the grant will tell you.

These are grants for organisations to provide a range of services to the community.

Organisations can be:

  • non-government organisations (NGOs)
  • for-profit organisations
  • local government organisations.

Community and business grants are provided:

  • under specific programs and
  • for specific target groups.

These grants are one-off and usually provided for a defined purpose that may include:

  • purchase of minor equipment or
  • expenses related to an activity or event.

The process and eligibility is clearly stated as part of the program.

If you receive one of these grants, you must:

  • comply with the relevant standard agreement and
  • agree to the terms and conditions.

Terms and conditions for standard agreements

Terms and conditions for standard funding agreements are listed below.

Capital grant funding agreement

These are the general conditions referred to in part B of the capital grant funding agreement.

Issued 11 January 2022

Capital grant funding agreement - general conditions (version 2022-01)PDF (957.9 KB)
Capital grant funding agreement - general conditions (version 2022-01)DOCX (174.1 KB).

Find out more about capital grants.

Other terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for service provision, community and business will be added to this page.


Last updated: 14 January 2022

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