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Grants SA

Port Pirie Community Greening Grant 2023 - opening 12 December

Port Pirie Community Greening Grant 2023 funding supports initiatives that align with the Targeted Lead Abatement Program (TLAP) priorities of:

  • reducing the exposure of children and the wider community to dust and soil that may contain lead
  • improving education and awareness on the importance of greening and other dust management initiatives.

A total of $100,000 is available in this round, and eligible organisations can apply for single grants of up to $10,000, for projects that align with the priorities listed above.

Deadline for applications: Thursday 9 February 2023 at 3.00 pm

SA Youth Week 2023

Applications for grant funding in support of SA Youth Week (SAYW) celebrations are open.

The State Government, through the Department of Human Services (DHS), is providing grants of up to $2,000 ex GST for local councils and non-government organisations across South Australia working directly with young people to host events and activities during SAYW 2023.

Deadline for applications: 19 January 2023 at 3.00 pm.

SA Youth Week 2023 grant funding

About Grants SA

Grants SA project funding is for not-for-profit community organisations to improve community participation, wellbeing, and quality of life for people living and working in South Australia. People and/or communities experiencing vulnerability or disadvantage are the core target group for this funding.

Grants SA’s purpose is to provide funding to programs and services that encourage and support:

  • Local community needs
  • Strong and inclusive communities
  • Wellbeing
  • Disadvantaged young people, adults, and families.
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