Community Grants program

Community Grants program
Community grants presentation
Local not-for-profit organisations are welcome to apply for Community Grants. Community Grants Canterbury Bankstown Local not-for-profit organisations are welcome to apply for Community Grants.  
Community grants presentation

The Community Grants Program provides financial support to assist local community-based organisations to develop and implement initiatives that enhance individual and/or community wellbeing in the Canterbury Bankstown Local Government Area.

Grants are issued under five categories: Community, Youth, Arts/Cultural, Sport and Recreation and Events.


Community Grants and Event Sponsorship Program 2024/25

City of Canterbury Bankstown's 2024/25 Community Grants Program is now open. 

Local not-for-profit organisations will be invited to apply for funding for projects under the categories of Community, Youth, Arts/Cultural, Sport and Recreation and Events.

Applications close 11.59pm AEST Tuesday 9 April 2024. 

View the 2024 guidelines and program priorities at the links below:  

Council will again be operating an online application process.


Information workshop

An information session was held on Thursday 14 March via Zoom. 

If you were not able to attend this session or watch the recording, please call the relevant officer before you lodge your application: 
  • ​Community
​​Tony Smith 
9707 9540
  • ​Youth
​Justine Foo
Tony Smith
​9707 9605
9707 9540
  • ​Arts/Cultural
​Rachael Kiang
​9707 9989
  • ​Sport and Recreation
​Ryan Borg
Kate Halaska 
​9707 9624
9707 5476
  • ​Events 
​Tony Smith 
​9707 9540

Applications close 11.59pm AEST Tuesday 9 April 2024. 

Enquiries

For more information, call Tony Smith, Coordinator Community Planning and Development on 9707 9540.

 

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.