Cash for community benefit

Published on 10 September 2020


Does your community organisation need a little help to deliver an activity, event, or program for the people of Broken Hill?

Applications are still open for Round Two of Broken Hill City Council’s Community Assistance Grants with $48,500 available to eligible organisations for activities/events/programs to be held between 1 January 2021 to 30 June 2021.

The last round of grants saw AFLBH secure $17,255 for an upgrade of female toilets at the Jubilee Oval, along with the construction of a new parenting room and disabled toilet.

Silverlea Early Childhood Services received $8,646 for a defibrillator and CCTV security, while the Sulphide Street Railway and Historical Museum secured $4,232 toward new landings and stairs for the Silver City Comet exhibition.

$5,000 went to In One Accord for stage, sound and light equipment for this year's Carols by Candlelight event, and a further $5,000 went to Repertory to cover insurance and land rates for Theatre 44.

Meanwhile the BH Aquatic Swimming Club, Life Education NSW, and Landcare all shared in $5,100 worth of minor grants.

Round Two applications will close on 31 October 2020, and full details regarding the grant process can be found here.

Applicants must be an incorporated association/organisation, or a registered not-for-profit association/charitable organisation with an ABN or ACN.

Applications will not be accepted from individuals, businesses, government funded agencies, political parties or lobby groups.

Should any organisation require further information or assistance with the application process, please contact Council’s Governance Officer, Leisa Bartlett on 8080 3406.