Applications open for Community Small Grants

04th Jun 2024

Community groups, not-for-profit organisations, and individuals are invited to submit applications for Armidale Regional Council’s Community Small Grants.
Successful applicants will be awarded funding up to $2000 for community projects delivered within the Local Government Area, that:
• enhance access to services, programs, and facilities that promote health and well-being;
• facilitate support and empowerment for all members of our community;
• create opportunities that foster a stronger sense of community;
• safeguard and enhance both environmental and community well-being;
• encouraging and stimulate local business, agriculture, tourism, and education;
• actively promote participation in arts and cultural experiences;
• nurture artists and creative industries;
• contribute to the provision of a wide range of engaging community and cultural experiences for our residents; or
• preserve and embrace our rich Aboriginal heritage.
Applications for the grant close at midnight on Monday June 10th.
Mayor Sam Coupland said that this will be the first Armidale Regional Council grant round to utilise SmartyGrants, and all of Council’s opportunities for funding and support will soon be offered in this way, including in-kind contributions.
Further information and access to the application forms are
available on the Grants and Funding Opportunities section of Council’s website: