Healthy communities grant guidelines

To be eligible to apply for the Healthy Communities grant your group must:

  • be a not-for-profit and either incorporated or able to provide evidence of being a bonafide Eurobodalla based community group
  • contribute some financial support or volunteer labour to the activity
  • show adequate insurance coverage for the activity
  • not have any outstanding debts owed to Council
  • consider environmentally friendly options and resources.

Your group must use the grant to achieve one or more of the following outcomes in your local community:

  • Make a positive contribution to the community.
  • Encourage people in Eurobodalla to be healthy and active.
  • Celebrate cultural diversity and inclusion.
  • Provide opportunities for volunteering and/or social interaction.
  • Improve access to information, a service or a facility.
  • Improve community safety.
  • Improve access and/or encourage people with disability to participate.
  • Teach or develops a new skill.
  • Help the community in bushfire/disaster recovery.

Successful applicants are required to:

  • provide bank details for electronic transfer of funds
  • sign and comply with the funding agreement accepting the conditions of funding.

Selection priority

Applications will be assessed on merit and available funding.

Activities that have been previously funded by a Healthy Communities Grant or applications from Government-funded organisations will be viewed as a low priority.

More information

For more information please contact Community Development Coordinator Zoe Morgan: