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Community Collaborations Fund Round Three 2021/22

This is a preview of the Community Collaborations Fund Application 2021 - 2022 form. When you’re ready to apply, click Fill Out Now to begin.
 

Overview

Only applications for activities in hubs are currently being accepted. 

Hubs are Mirrabooka, Inglewood and Osborne https://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/leisure-and-culture/libraries-and-hubs/community-hubs

The Community Collaboration Fund is aimed at invigorating localised community capacity building programs and/or providing activation of the four Community Hub locations as well as local community centres.

Funding will be allocated to projects that support initiatives which meet these main objectives:

  • Build capacity through increasing the skills, knowledge, connection or wellbeing of the City of
    Stirling community.
    • Enable organisations and community members to create lasting community connections.
    • Meet objectives of the City’s five Social Plans; Access and Inclusion plan, Aged Friendly
    Strategy, Multicultural Framework, Reconciliation Action Plan and Youth Framework.
    • Collaborate with other community organisations, groups, business, services providers or the City
    of Stirling

Funding of up to $2,500 can be applied for. More funds might be available for some projects. This is to be determined by the City of Stirling.  

Any project that will include over 100 people are required to complete an event application which can be found here. 

Before applying for funding applicants should familiarise themselves with the information about the fund on our website, read through the Community Collaboration Fund Guidelines and speak to the City's Community Collaborations Officer.

You can contact us on 9205 8555 or email familyservices@stirling.wa.gov.au to get in touch with one of our team.