Dan Murphy Community Grants Program

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The Dan Murphy Community Grants Program, funded by the Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group, provides grants of up to $10,000 every second year to provide an opportunity for non-government, incorporated, community groups or organisations to deliver employment and training opportunities to residents of the East Nowra community.

Before starting an application, applicants need to become familiar with the Dan Murphy Community Grant Program Guidelines published in the 'Document Library' on this website.

Grant applications are open from 15 April 2020. Applications close at 5pm on 26 May 2020.

Who is eligible to apply
Applications are accepted from the

The Dan Murphy Community Grants Program, funded by the Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group, provides grants of up to $10,000 every second year to provide an opportunity for non-government, incorporated, community groups or organisations to deliver employment and training opportunities to residents of the East Nowra community.

Before starting an application, applicants need to become familiar with the Dan Murphy Community Grant Program Guidelines published in the 'Document Library' on this website.

Grant applications are open from 15 April 2020. Applications close at 5pm on 26 May 2020.

Who is eligible to apply
Applications are accepted from the following organisations:
• Non-Government Organisations (NGO), community organisations or service providers
• Organisations that are legally constituted or auspiced by an incorporated association
• Applications must support residents of the East Nowra community.

The community group or organisation applying must be based and operate within the Shoalhaven City Council Local Government Area.

Coronavirus has had a significant impact on our community. We recognise the risk to the community at this time and the need to provide opportunities for community members to maintain social connections. Organisations who are applying to deliver programs that provide important social connection opportunities must use methods that will deliver programs through online or other approaches that maintain social distancing. Digital methods of delivery are highly encouraged.

Please note, any correspondence submitted to Council on this matter may be open to public inspection without notifying the correspondents.

For more information please see the Dan Murphy Community Grant Program Guidelines published in the 'Document Library' on this website or contact Council’s Community Development Team on 02 4429 3111.