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Supports community welfare and social services; community development; employment assistance activities; community health services; and projects aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.
|Diggers @ the Entrance||[email protected] CLUB GRANTS CAT 1 2020||Deadline: 28/08/2020, 5:00pm||
To assist local organisations and community groups to develop and implement one-off projects and activities that benefit the residents in The Entrance and Long Jetty local areas.
You will need to meet identified social and community outcomes. We encourage participation in all local community based projects. Community based non- profit organisations providing one off activities. Ineligible applications include fundraising programs or organisations whose main role is to fundraise. Reimbursements for projects already undertaken. Organisations that have not returned evaluation forms for projects funded by previous Community Assistance Program funding rounds. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA • How effectively the proposed project addresses priority social needs of The Entrance and Long Jetty areas. • The expected outcomes and beneficiaries of the project, ensuring the distribution of funds to meet the needs of the diverse communities of The Entrance and Long Jetty areas. • The willingness of the applicant to work collaboratively with residents and other community groups. • How effective the proposed project contributes to capacity in the community or community groups. • The capacity of the applicant to access alternative resources or funding for the proposed project, including whether the proposed project is a core responsibility of an existing Government funded program. • How achievable and cost-effective the proposed project is
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