Supported projects

This page contains information regarding the list of projects supported in Round 1 & 2 of the Community Grants Program. 

Active and Healthy Communities

Healthy and active people create strong and resilient communities. The City is dedicated to ensuring that our community, through all stages of life, has access to a range of opportunities to support an active lifestyle. Active and Healthy Communities grants are designed to support the achievement of the objectives of Sustainable Stirling 2022-2032. 

ApplicantProjectAmount Funded
Team Connect WATeam Connect creates a link between secondary schools and local community junior cricket clubs that supports adolescent girls to participate in organized sport, with the aim of developing a sense of belonging and commitment to their community. This grant will assist  teenage girls at Dianella College and link them with a local Cricket Club.$5,000
Lionheart Camp for KidsLionheart Camp of Kids is a not-for-profit organisation empowering bereaved children and families to navigate their grief journey through education, peer-support, strength-building and resilience. This grant is to support the Drumbeat program to delivered in the City of Stirling. DRUMBEAT stands for Discovering Relationships Using Music, Beliefs, Emotions, Attitudes and Thoughts.$7,320
12 Buckets Inc12 Buckets strives to help local children who may have experienced trauma, flourish. Through the 12 Buckets program, the aim is to create a safe space for kids to focus on themselves, establish connections, and be challenged to grow. This grant will allow 12 Buckets to provide healthy food options for local children at selected schools where the program is based. $10,000
Reclink AustraliaReclink Women's Program$2,000
Trigg Island Surf Life Saving ClubSwimming Lessons for Seniors$4,380
North Beach Junior Football ClubScoreboard & Safety Uplift$3,858
Tuart Hill Branch Retirees WAEquipment$800

 

Locally-led and Creative Communities 

The City acknowledges the importance of fostering a connected, strong and creative community, enhancing arts, culture and heritage across the City. Locally-led and Creative Communities grants are designed to stimulate cultural and creative programs across the local community, provide vibrant places and strengthen our position as the ‘City of Choice’ in which to live, work and visit.

ApplicantProjectAmount Funded
Ms Emma Humphreys"Firelight" is a live interactive theatre performance which will gather the local community to participate in a storytelling experience, set in the in the unique surrounds of the tower-top space at Mount Flora Museum, Waterman's Bay.$4,300
Mr David George LedgerProfessional painter to conduct a series of free outdoor plein air painting workshops for seniors, to be held at Lake Gwelup$4314.20
The Art Space Collective"Art Swell" project are workshops aimed at creating God's Eye artworks with primary school-aged students
and the general public. It will consist of school incursions in local Scarborough schools.
$4,710
Mary-Ann DevereuxStirling Open Art Studios - a group of artists practicing different arts such as painting, woodwork, pottery etc, who form an art trail.$4,748
Rwandan Community Abroad PerthUmuganura:Rwandan Cultural Harvest Festival is a free event which shares the Rwandan culture and history,
traditional dancing and food with Rwandan and friends of Rwanda.
$4,940
Mrs Joanne ClarkCreate a mural on the Karrinyup Child Health Centre building, recognizing its significance as a vital hub
providing essential support to families. 
$5,000
Mr Joshua WellsThe Inglewood Art & History Trail will be a walkable interactive artwork for the local community and visitors
to explore Inglewood rich history and tapestry of local murals and artworks.  The project will create an interactive map which remain live online. 
$5,000
Rock ScholarsScholarpalooza 2024 Battle of the Bands competition.  It is open exclusively to bands and artists who 
are aged 18 and under. 
$8,500
We Are YokineProviding activation activities in Yokine including Carboot Sales, Movie Night Scavenger hunt and Yo Directory$18,450
Sudbury Community House AssociationCommunity Activation & People Development at Mirrabooka Bus Station/Mirrabooka Shopping Centre precinct$19,400

Inglewood on Beaufort Inc

Inglewood arts and tourism initiatives$19,937
Youth Advisory Council of Western Australia (YACWA)YARN's Youth Week Event 2024$5,000

Stirling Players Inc

Community theatre productions$4,900
Alexander Park Craft House IncAlexander Park Craft House Open Day$4,693
Discover Dianella Movie in the Park - Dianella Regional Open Space$4,977.57

Dr Cassandra Tytler  

Think Like a Worm Art Event held at  Inglewood Mt Lawley Community Garden site$4,984
The Bend in the Road IncThe Bend 2023-4 Events$5,000

The Art Space Collective

Our Woven Worlds$4,910
Mrs Olivia SzulgowskiInternational Women's Day Festival$5,000

Sustainable Communities 

The City of Stirling is committed to building a sustainable future for the community and we recognise the valuable role that community groups, organisations and individuals can play in driving sustainability and protecting and enhancing our natural environment. Sustainable Communities grants aim to equip and enable the community to take action to enhance and protect the natural environment and foster sustainable practices by encouraging community participation.

ApplicantProjectAmount Funded
Mount Lawley Golf Club (Inc)Rehabilitation of native bush using endemic species and protection of significant remnant bushland areas at the Mt Lawley Golf Club site. $5,400

 

Vibrant Communities

The City of Stirling aims to create places where people choose to live, work and invest. Vibrant Communities grants are designed to build relationships with community groups and organisations for a range of events that provide creative, community and economic outcomes. 

ApplicantProjectAmount Funded
A Cappella GoCabaret Style Variety Concert at Scarborough Community Hub$4,000
Perth Folk and Roots Club IncMonthly folk and roots performance events at Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club. $4,300
Lions Club of Stirling (inc)Australia Day Celebration at Des Penman. $5,500
Rotary Club of Karrinyup Inc.Stirling Farmers Market$7,500
Bec Nguyen and Hayley Hewitt auspiced by Street Friends WA Homeless Foundation LtdInglewood Upmarket$7,500
Surfing Western AustraliaKing of the Point Surfing Event$10,000
Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra IncMetSO Community Music Program 2024$10,000
Hamersley Carols Committee auspiced by Perth Alliance Church (North)Hamersley Carols Under the Gum Trees 2023$10,250
Wembley Downs District Fair auspiced by Scouts WAWembley Downs District Fair$20,000
Salty Events Pty Ltd auspiced by Salty Folk IncSummer X Salt Markets$20,000
Neuromuscular WA Carols at Scaborough 2023$25,000
Anglican Parish of Mt Lawley (Perth Diocesan Trustees)Mt Lawley Christmas Fete$25,000
Osborne Park Agricultural SocietyOsborne park show 2023$35,000
West Australian MusicScarbs Beach Party$38,500
Ozzy Samba School Inc.Brazilian Beach Carnaval 2024$40,000
Scarborough Beach AssociationScarborough Sunset Markets 2023 - 2024$40,000
Inglewood on Beaufort Inc.Inglewood Monday Night Markets$45,000
North Beach Baptist Church IncNorth Beach Community and Carols$5,000
Ocean HeroesOcean Heroes 24 Hour Swim$5,000
Polish Dance Group Kukuleczka IncYouth concert of Polish Folklore "Folkloriada"$5,000
National Seniors Perth Western Suburbs BranchChristmas Classical Concert, with Carols$3,500
Softball WA2023 Australian U18 Softball Championships$5,000
Swimming WAOpen Water Swim – City to Scarbs$5,000
Ramogi AssociationRamogi Night Cultural Event 2024$2,400
The Grief Centre of WA IncIn Memory of Ordinary Things Grief Gathering$1,500