Community Grants Program

Are you a community group or an individual wanting to undertake a community project? You may be eligible for funding through the Moreland Community Grants Program

What is the Community Grants Program?

The Moreland Community Grants Program gives financial support to community led initiatives and collaborative projects that demonstrate multiple benefits and focuses directly on the Moreland community.

Grants are targeted at not-for-profit incorporated community groups or groups auspiced by another incorporated organisation.

What types of grants are available?

There are a range of grants available. These include major grants ($5000 or more per year) to support day to day operations of community groups, funding for capital works improvements and builds, and individual project grants. Smaller grants (up to $3000) are available for individuals to undertake development opportunities and minor projects.

In 2021 we will be looking to increase the number of community grants that focus on climate change and align with achieving a Zero Carbon Moreland.

How can I find out more about the grants program?

Sign up to the Zero Carbon Moreland e-newsletter to keep up-to-date with funding opportunities.

More information on the Moreland Community Grants Program can be found on the Moreland City Council website.

Other funding opportunities

Moreland City Council offers other specialised grants that may be relevant for groups wishing to undertake climate action related projects.

COVID relief grants through Council include Business Grants, Thrive Community Recovery Grants and Flourish Arts Recovery Grants Program

Inner North Community Foundation in partnership with Council is offering critical funding. Applications are now open for local community groups and charities.

View and apply for all current funding opportunities at Council online through the grants website.