The program aims to assist not-for-profit and community organisations to undertake capital projects that enhance the economic, social, and environmental well-being of the local community. Projects that could be eligible for funding may include new community infrastructure projects, refurbishment of existing infrastructure, projects that build capacity into infrastructure, and innovative projects that serve community benefit.
Council has $300,000 available for the 2019/20 funding round.
Applications open on Monday, April 1, and close at 5pm on Friday, May 10 2019.
Attendance at the free 'How to Get That Grant' workshop on Wednesday, April 3, is highly recommended should your organisation be considering applying for funding.
Council encourages you to contact us to discuss your proposal, so that we may assist in the preliminary planning of your project prior to you submitting an application. To discuss your project please contact Kim Thomson, Community Planning and Engagement Specialist on 02 6648 4281 or via email by Friday, April 26.
Download and review the 2019/20 Guidelines.
'How to Get That Grant' free workshop
If you are looking to submit an application for this grant program it is recommended that you attend this workshop.
When: 3 April 2019 4-6pm
Where: Council Chamber
Register: via email or call 6648 4083
The objectives of the Community Capital Infrastructure Grants Program are for Council to:
• Assist in the provision of innovative community projects that target community needs and result in direct benefits to the wider community
• Assist in increasing the participation, accessibility and range of community organisations for the residents of the Coffs Harbour City Council area.
• Provide a consistent, equitable and transparent process to respond to requests by community organisations for funding of capital infrastructure
• Encourage partnerships and joint ventures to maximise outcomes
Grants projects should enhance the economic, social and environmental well-being of the local community.
Successful 2018/19 Grant Recipients:
|1. Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour Ltd||Jetty Foreshores shade/picnic shelters (x2) from the ‘Gallow’s’ carpark to the southern wall||63,000||31,500||31,500|
|2. Woolgoolga Surf Lifesaving Club Inc.||Fit-out of function room including commercial kitchen and kiosk (component of total build)||205,304||102,652||102,500|
|Marine Rescue Woolgoolga||Solar PV power to new building at Arrawarra||5,945||2,972||2,700|
|4. Gumnut Cottage Childcare Centre||Renovation of pre-school room bathroom||26,000||13,000||13,000|
|5. Red Rock Corindi Surf Lifesaving Club Inc.||Installation of new hot water service to surf club amenities||6,200||3,100||2,800|
|6. Coffs Harbour Showground & Public Recreation Trust||Two sets of portable seating for use at the showgrounds and at community events such as Anzac Day||25,396||12,608||11,500|
|7. South Coffs Community Gardens Inc.||Community pavilion and pathways||18,357||8,981||9,000|
|8. England’s Park Tennis Club Inc.||Upgrade of synthetic surface on courts 1 and 2||60,630||20,000||20,000|
|9. Coramba Community Hall||Preservation and conservation of Coramba Hall Honour Roll||17,500||8,750||8,750|
|10. Sawtell Catholic Care of the Aged||'The Link’ Community Space||202,000||54,000||54,000|
|11. Sawtell Surf Life Saving Club Inc.||Repairs to the Balcony of Sawtell SLSC||39,968||19,984||10,300|
Surplus funds will be used to provide upgraded facilities at Coramba Hall, Toormina Community Centre and Lowanna Community Hall, as well as new signage at Coramba Hall, Boambee East Community Centre, Ayrshire Park Sportsground, Nana Glen Showground and Equestrian, and Eastern Dorrigo Showground and Community Hall.