PICBF is open for applications from Monday, 5 September 2016 to Wednesday, 1 March 2017. Eligible not-for-profit Phillip Island based groups and organisations are encouraged to apply for funds from $5,000 up to $25,000.
The total PICBF funding pool is $140,343.00.
Please read the PICBF Guidelines (PDF 178kb) before making an application. To apply on-line register and/or login to SmartyGrants using the links in the box above. Select the Phillip Island Community Fund - Application Form. You can preview and download a copy of the application form here (PDF 78kb).
The Community Grants Program supports not-for-profit organisations to present a variety of projects and activities which enhance the social, cultural, environmental and economic development of the community.
Council assesses grant applications twice a year, in March (Round 1) and August (Round 2).
Applications for Round 1 close on Friday, 3 March 2017.
The Community Grant Guidelines (PDF 295kb) explain how to apply.
Grant applications are only accepted using the SmartyGrants on-line system. You can download a paper copy of the application form (PDF 76kb) for draft purposes if you wish.
There are no sessions currently scheduled.
Potential applicant groups that are not legally incorporated are encouraged to consider being auspiced by a legally incorporated group to be able to apply for a community grant.
Legally incorporated groups are encouraged to consider their situation, interest, and ability, to auspice potential applicant groups that are not legally incorporated.
You can speak to Council's Grants Officer about auspicing or seek general auspicing information at Justice Connect www.nfplaw.org.au/auspicing
Auspiced applicants are required to complete a Community Grants Auspicing Form (PDF 218kb)
Successful applicants will be sent a Tax Invoice / Funding Agreement (PDF 290kb) for their project which must be completed and returned to Council before grant funds are paid.
Please contact Council's Grants Officer on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671 2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRRR and Gardiner Foundation - Grant Seeking Workshop and Writing Grants Presentation (PDF 2.3mb) - as presented at the Get Grant Ready Forum on Thursday, 16 February 2017
Get Grant Ready - Resources for Community Groups (PDF 112kb)
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