External funding opportunities Program

External funding opportunities

State NRM Office – Community Capability Grants

Open until May 2017 (or until funds extinguished) up to $10,000. Read more.

Regional Events Scheme

Organisers of events that bring visitors and vibrancy to regional Western Australia are invited to apply for sponsorship through the Liberal National Government’s Regional Events Scheme for 2017-18. Applications due 13 December 2016. Read more

Watering WA Towns

Grants of up to $2 million are currently available for dryland regional communities to develop water sources for community and industry use. The grants will assist local governments, community groups and businesses to co-invest in infrastructure to harvest, store, treat and distribute non-potable water for irrigation and community use. Round One closes 30 November. Read more

Bankwest Foundation Social Media Grants

Not-for-profit organisations in WA have the chance to receive a $10,000 Social Media Grant to develop their social media strategy with the primary aim of attracting and retaining a strong volunteer workforce. Applications close 31 October 2016. Read more

Bankwest Easy Grants

Bankwest are supporting local community groups via a public voting system. The public are invited to vote on a monthly basis for the community group they think should receive a grant. The three groups with the highest number of votes will receive $1,000 each. Read more.

Ian Potter Foundation Environment and Conservation Grants

Large grants of $100,000 or more are available to support landscape-scale biodiversity and sustainability programs. Small grants of up to $20,000 are also available to fund awareness-raising projects. Expressions of Interest open November 2016.  Read more

Norman Wettenhall Foundation Small Environmental Grant Scheme

The Foundation offers grants of up to $10,000 for biodiversity conservation projects, monitoring and recording data, community education, training, research and science. The November grant round has just opened. Read more

Lotterywest Trail Grants

Grants of $100,000 are available all year for trail planning, trail construction, trail upgrades, promotion and marketing. Maintenance is not eligible. Read more.

Lotterywest grants for Conservation of Natural Heritage

Grants are provided to conserve natural habitats and maintain the diversity of animal and plant species. A Lotterywest grant may support planting, fencing, marketing material, conservation equipment and control activities. Read more.

Other Grants available at http://grantsdirectory.dlg.wa.gov.au/GrantsLists.aspx

 

 

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