Large Community Grant
There are two options when applying for a Large Community Grant - please ensure you identify what you are applying for.
Please ensure you have read and understood the Community Grants and Contributions Scheme Guidelines prior to applying.
Large Community Grants ($5,000-$50,000)
There will be two rounds for Large Community Grants per year. Applications will be open for a minimum of a two month period per round.
Projects can be delivered at any time within 12 months of receiving funding.
Before you submit your application, get in touch with a Community Engagement or Club Development Officer on (08) 9186 8555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Round 2 closes 13 August 2021.
Annual Events & Activities ($0-$50,000)
As a part of the Large Community Grants, groups can apply for up to $50,000 (ex GST) per year for established community events or activities that are run each year. Groups may request for funding for up to three years with a post event/activity report required each year of the Agreement.
A payment schedule for successful applicants under the Large Community Grants and Annual Events & Activities will be outlined in a funding agreement.
Round 2 closing 13 August 2021.
Prepare your application, which should include:
A project description (150 words)
How the project contributes to the City of Karratha becoming “Australia’s most liveable regional city”?
How the project will benefit the community/who will be the beneficiary of the project?
How will you know the project has been successful? What will success look like?
A detailed budget including all income and expenditure
A detailed timeline of your project from planning, through implementation, and review.
Please use these templates within your proposal:
To help you to address the assessment criteria, we have included the below table to work through when you are writing your proposal.
How does your project/activity align with the City of Karratha’s Strategic Community Plan?
How does your project/activity align with one or more of the four pillars in the City of Karratha’s Strategic Community Plan?
Our Community - Inclusive & Engaged
Our Economy - Well Managed & Diversified
Our Environment - To Protect Our Environment
Our Leadership - Proactive & Accountable
Does your project/activity generate income or reduce costs for your organisation?
Does your project/activity have other funding or sponsors?
How will you know your project/activity has been successful? How will this be shown?
How achievable/practical is your project/activity?
How many people will benefit from your project/activity? Ie attendance, participant, customer numbers
Does your project/activity benefit the wider community or is it for a specific target group? If so who, and how has their need for this activity been identified/demonstrated?
Capacity for Delivery
How will you deliver the project? Will you be engaging any contractors/ consultants/facilitators?
Who in your organisation will be responsible for the delivery of the project/activity?