Funding for not-for profit groups for the development of community
initiatives and services is available through Council under the following
Hurstville City Council Community Grants Program
Hurstville City Council Community Grants Program is managed by Council
and funded through an annual budget allocation of $86,000. The program provides
funding to not-for-profit community groups and organisations to support the
development of community services and programs for Hurstville City residents.
Grants are available to not-for-profit groups and organisations that
meet Council's policy guidelines, funding criteria and annual priorities, as
set out in the Community Grants Policy Guidelines(127.05kB).
Program will be open for applications around May/June 2016.
Download Project Evaluation Report 2015-16 (44.55kB) for projects funded in 2015/16.
Council is convenor of the Local Committee for the
ClubGrants Scheme, which provides grants to not-for-profit community groups
from local gaming machine profits thought an annual program.
Council accepts applications for the ClubGrants Scheme, but does not contribute
financially to this pool of funds. The eligible registered clubs in Hurstville
City that donate the funds make the final decision on the allocation of their
contributions, after considering the recommendations of the Local Committee.
The 2016 Program has now closed
Applicants will be advised of the outcome of their
applications by the end of June 2016
Enquiries regarding either
of these programs can be made to David Linden, Manager - Community Services,
Hurstville City Council