People whose homes were destroyed or significantly damaged in the 2019/2020 bushfires can apply for a Development Application (DA) fee rebate up to $1,000 to assist with DA costs to rebuild their home.
Apply or donate to the Eurobodalla Disaster Relief Fund, a charitable fund that aims to support Eurobodalla residents, businesses, and communities impacted by the 2019/2020 bushfires.
Grants up to $750 are open to residents, groups, schools and non-profits for outcomes that enhance the shire's social, recreational and cultural wealth. Applications always open.
In November 2019, the community got together to help raise funds for farmers affected by drought. The Eurobodalla Disaster Relief Committee is distributing the remaining funds. Any resident who undertakes farming activities can apply for up to $400. Applications close on Sunday 28 February 2021, 5pm.
Tourism events sponsorship is available to support events that attract visitation from outside Eurobodalla, driving economic development. Applications are now open.
Grants available twice a year to support local event organisers to deliver a community event that celebrates the cultural and social life of our community. Applications are currently closed.
A grant of $2000 will be awarded to a school with demonstrated proactive environmental actions to use for environmental projects or infrastructure. Applications are closed for 2020.
Local schools and education establishments can apply for this grant to use for academic or achievement awards or contributions toward annual scholarships offered by universities and other institutions. Applications are closed.
Not-for-profit community groups hosting a Seniors' Festival event or activity can apply for grants up to $500 to assist with their running costs. Applications for 2020 are now closed.
Not-for-profit community groups working hard to improve the health and wellbeing of community members can apply for grants from $500 to $2000. Applications for 2020 are now closed.
NAIDOC Week Activity Grants of up to $500 are offered annually to community groups, schools and non-profit organisations for activities that help celebrate NAIDOC Week. Applications for 2020 are now closed.
This annual grant program provides financial assistance to owners of heritage buildings in Eurobodalla to assist with conservation works to enhance places, buildings and historic streetscapes. Applications for 2020 are closed, applications will reopen in 2021.
Each year, Council offers youth development grants of up to $500 to develop projects which show evidence of tangible benefits to youth of Eurobodalla. Applications for 2020 grants are closed, with the next round opening in February 2021.
Four-yearly grants are available to Eurobodalla based safety and emergency services organisations to assist with the operational costs of providing their services to our community. Applications are currently closed.