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    • Please note there is no Justice of the Peace service at our Main Administration Centre today, Thursday 7 December. The service will return on Friday 8 December between 11.00am and 2.00pm.

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    • City services at Scarborough Community Hub, including library and leisure centre will be closed to the public on Saturday 9 December and Sunday 10 December due to Western Power electrical works.

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Community Grants Program

Quick response grants will close over the Christmas/New Year break from 1 December 2023 and reopen on 15 January 2024.

Round 3 grants open on 1 February 2024 and close on 29 February 2024.

Notifications will be provided to applicants for small and medium grants by the 11April 2024. Large grant applicants will be notified by 9May 2024.

The City of Stirling’s Community Grants Program aims to build the sustainability of our community through one transparent, consistent and inclusive process. We will provide a range of grants that are aligned to the priorities of our Council and meet the diverse needs of the community. We will support activities that represent excellent value and do not duplicate existing services provided by the City.

We look forward to supporting many exciting, innovative, and important community initiatives through our Community Grants Program. We are available to guide you through this process and offer a pre-lodgement advice service. We encourage you to contact us in advance if you are considering applying for a grant or attend one of our information sessions held at the commencement of each funding round.

The City’s Community Grant Program Guidelines should be read before commencing the application.

Applications should also support the priorities found in the City's Strategic Community Plan, Sustainable Stirling 2022 - 2032.

Community grant streams in the City of Stirling

What are the grant streams?

The City of Stirling provides grants across five areas which we call grant streams. Activities funded through the Community Grants Program must demonstrate that they support the City of Stirling’s overall vision and the priorities outlined below in one of the grant streams: Active and Healthy Communities, Locally-led and Creative Communities, Sustainable Communities, Vibrant Communities and Innovative and Productive Communities. You can click on each grant stream below to see more information and a fact sheet. 

To submit your online application through SmartyGrants
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To stay informed on the City's grant program
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Contact us

Have any questions? Submit them below, and our Senior Grants Officer will respond shortly.

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