Neighbourhood events grant

Thank you for considering a Neighbourhood event. This current round is now closed.
 
The next round of grants will open in February 2022. Keep an eye on social media and newsletters for updates.

 We assist local residents and community groups to host small events to connect and strengthen neighbourhood relationships.


There are several small grants available up to $150.

Online application process

Step 1.Check whether you meet the eligibility criteria

  • The applicant/s must be either a City of Tea Tree Gully resident or a City of Tea Tree Gully based not for-profit community group, club or institution
  • The event or activity must be held in the City of Tea Tree Gully council area.

Step 2.Funding is not available for

  • Events at the rear of properties e.g. backyards
  • Private events eg birthdays, religious or commercial events 
  • The purchase of alcohol and permits to consume alcohol.

Step 3.Read the guidelines

Read through the guidelines below.

Step 4.Complete the online form at least 4 weeks prior to your event

The application form will be available when the next round opens.

Step 5.Response time

You will receive an email confirming the outcome of your application within 10 working days.

Step 6.Acquittal requirements after the event

Copies of receipts, photos and evidence of event being promoted must be submitted within 4 weeks of the event. 

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Guidelines

  • Up to a maximum of $150 in funding is available per application
  • Applicants are eligible to receive funding once over a 12 month period
  • Events or activities must be held in the City of Tea Tree Gully on public property
  • Grants are only available to the City of Tea Tree Gully residents and not-for-profit community groups, clubs and institutions
  • Applicants should allow four weeks from the close of applications to receive funds
  • Copies of receipts, photos and evidence the event has been promoted to the wider community needs to be submitted within four weeks of event to acquit the funds. If acquittal requirements are not met, recipients may be asked to reimburse the funding.