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Quick Response Grants

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Quick Response Grants support the delivery of outcomes that have positive impacts on the wider Wellington community. Eligible projects submitted under this program will be assessed within two weeks.

We understand that there are circumstances where the community may need some financial assistance to complete a project, run an event or undertake some maintenance on their facility. This grant is provided to support minor initiatives that encourage partnerships, celebrate an occasion and assist with maintenance of community assets.

These grants are open all year round. Applications now need be made through the SmartyGrants online application service.

Please read the funding guidelines below and complete a Grant Notification Form or contact the Grants Officer on 1300 366 244 to receive feedback on your proposal and ensure you are eligible to apply and your application meets all funding guidelines.

Attention Event Organisers

Public events in Victoria can take place under COVIDSafe settings. It is the event organiser's responsibility to ensure that any event is compliant with current state government restrictions. It is also the event organiser's responsibility to monitor current COVID-19 advice and alter event plans to support any active requirements. Council will assess events in accordance with standard processes. Please note this does not negate the event organiser's responsibilities to ensure their event complies with state government COVID-19 requirements. For up to date information, visit Victorian State Government Public Events.

Guidelines and Assessment Criteria

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria links below will assist with eligibility and what is required to submit an application. Prior to completing the application form you should contact Wellington Shire Council to seek feedback on your proposal. This will ensure that you are applying in the correct funding category and your application meets the funding guidelines.

The Assessment Criteria form should be used as a reference by all applicants when they are completing their application form. The Assessment Criteria form is used to assess all Quick Response Grant applications.

Categories

Community Events (Up to $2,000)

Applications will be considered for events that celebrate the community, or aspects of culture and identity. Applicants must aim to bring the community together to actively engage them in an event or activity.

Applications for this Quick Response Grant are open now using the SmartyGrants application form below.

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria for the Community Events (Up to $2,000) contains further information.

Community Facilities (Up to $2,000)

Applications will be considered for minor capital works projects and maintenance on community facilities. Playing surface improvements and lighting projects are also considered to be capital works items. Built in or fixed equipment may also be considered for funding. This does not include portable items.

Applications for this Quick Response Grant are open now using the SmartyGrants application form below.

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria for the Community Facilities (Up to $2,000) contains further information.

Community Projects (Up to $2,000)

Applications will be considered for projects that fulfil a demonstrated community need, or benefit to the community.

Applications for this Quick Response Grant are open now using the SmartyGrants application form below.

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria for the Community Projects (Up to $2,000) contains further information.

Individual Sponsorship (Up to $500)

Provides assistance to allow individuals to participate in activities and events as representatives of the Wellington Community. Successful applications will be able to demonstrate a community benefit that will be achieved by sharing information and skills learnt through their experiences.

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria for the Individual Sponsorship (Up to $500) contains further information.

Team / Community Group Sponsorship (Up to $1,500)

Provides funding to assist individuals to participate in recognised activities or events. Successful applications will be able to demonstrate a community benefit that will be achieved by sharing information and skills learnt through their experiences.

The Guidelines and Assessment Criteria for the Team/Community Group Sponsorship (Up to $1,500) contains further information.

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This page was last published on: 
Friday, November 5, 2021

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