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Blue Mountains City Council's Community Assistance Program 2016 - NOW OPEN
Applications for Council's annual Community Assistance Program are invited from non-profit locally based community organisations / groups within the Blue Mountains.
Donations will be made to projects that directly benefit and address the priority needs of local residents.
The 2016 PDF Application Form and Guidelines can be downloaded at right. If you would like a copy of the form emailed to you please contact email@example.com or call 4780 5631.
Completed application forms must be returned no later than 5:00pm on Wednesday 4 May 2016 to:
Community Assistance Program
Blue Mountains City Council
Locked Bag 1005
KATOOMBA NSW 2780
For further information please contact Council's Community & Economic Project Officer, Nicole Manning on 4780 5631 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blue Mountains ClubGRANTS 2016
Clubs that earn over $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue provide funding for community projects and services, and in turn receive dollar-for-dollar gaming tax deductions.
The scheme was introduced in 1998 by the NSW Government and allows clubs to claim a tax deduction of up to 1.85% on gaming machine revenue over $1 million for monies spent on community support.
In the Blue Mountains there are three eligible clubs:
- Glenbrook Panthers Bowling Club
- Springwood Sports Club
- Katoomba RSL
We encourage prospective applicants to read the Guide thoroughly before proceeding with an application.
Category 1 Funding
The Blue Mountains ClubGRANTS 2015 Program will open on 16 March 2016 and close on 2 May 2016.
Applications must be lodged online through the Smarty Grants website.
No late applications will be accepted.
Projects in the following categories qualify for Category 1 funding:
- Community welfare and social services
- Community development
- Community health services
- Employment assistance activities
A ClubGRANTS Local Committee has been convened by Blue Mountains City Council to identify priorities for Category 1 ClubGRANTS funding and make recommendations to local participating clubs.
The 2016 Blue Mountains Local ClubGRANTS Committee includes representatives from Blue Mountains City Council (Chair), Katoomba RSL, Glenbrook Panthers Bowling Club, Springwood Sports Club, Mountains Community Resource Network (NCOSS Affiliate) and the Nepean Network Office of Family & Community Services NSW.
The Blue Mountains Local ClubGRANTS Committee operates in line with the ClubGRANTS Guidelines. A copy of these guidelines is available from Clubs NSW.
For further information please contact Nicole Manning, Community Projects Officer on 4780 5631 or email@example.com
Category 2 Funding
Applications for Category 2 grants (including sporting, cultural and other activities) are administered directly by the clubs.
Category 3 Funding
Category 3 is a state-wide funding pool that supports the construction of large-scale community infrastructure projects such as hospitals and sporting facilities.