The Annual Grant Program 

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The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is proud to offer The Annual Grant Program, aimed to those wanting to contribute to the quality of life in our city through providing events, projects, activities, and services to strengthen and enhance the social well-being, development, and sustainability of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder community.

The program offers funding support for unique initiatives that will revitalise our city and let it shine, which in turn brings a wide range of environmental, social and economic returns to the city.

We can’t wait to see what our successful Grant recipients for 2023/24 will bring to the community.

Applications

Applications are now open for the 2023-24 Annual Grant Program. 

Click through the below information, and once you're ready to apply, download your application form here. 

Application Form

Grant Categories

  • Annual Grant – under $10,000
  • Annual Grant – $10,000 and above
  • Three (3) Year Service Agreements
  • Capital Works Projects

Important Dates

Applications Open: 13 February 2023
Information Sessions: 14 February (10am to 11:30am) and 20 February (5:30pm to 7pm)
Applications Close: 28 April 2023
Assessment Period: April / May 2023
Councilors Review: 23 May 2023
Notification to Applicants: May / June 2023
Council Budget Adopted: July / August 2023
First Payment to Recipients: August / September 2023
Deadline for Completion of Funded Project or Event: 30 June 2024

Guidelines

All applicants are advised to read the Guidelines carefully to ensure their applications are complete with all the required supporting documentation. Failure to fully complete the application form or supply the supporting documentation may deem the application unsuccessful. 

Guidelines 

Who can apply?

  • Incorporated organisations (including not for profit and community groups)
  • Non-incorporated organisations (including not for profit and community groups) that are supported by an auspice organisation (for under $10,000 category and Capital Works Projects)
  • Individuals supported by an auspice organisation (for under $10,000 and Capital Works)
  • Projects categories only – see ‘Applications for Individuals’ and ‘Eligibility Criteria’ for more information

If you are unsure of your eligibility, contact our friendly City Officers for more information. 

Who can't apply?

  • Registered businesses, commercial entities and profit making organisations
  • Local, State or Federal Government Departments or Agencies.

Application assistance

Come along to our information sessions or meet with a City Officer for a one-on-one consultation to discuss the specifics of your idea and application. 

Information Session 1:

14 February (10am to 11:30am)
Goldfields Arts Centre

Information Session 2:

20 February (5:30pm to 7pm)
Goldfields Arts Centre

One-on-one consultations:

City Officers will be available for one on one appointments with potential applicants to provide guidance on the application process. 
Participants are required to register by emailing agp@ckb.wa.gov.au or phoning (08) 9021 9600.

Strategic Community Plan 2020-30

Applicants must provide details of how the application aligns to the key priorities noted in the Strategic Community Plan 2020-30.

These keys priorities are:

  • Safe: We will be safe and free from harm and crime;
  • Connected: We will be connected to our history, culture and community;
  • Sustainable: A green ecologically sustainable City for current and future generations;
  • Empowered: We continue to believe in the principles of representational democracy, and are enabled to make decisions about our lives;
  • Capable: We will have the resources to contribute to our community and economy;
  • Futuristic: We plan for the future proofing of our City by being a thinking and innovative society.

Click the button to view the Strategic Community Plan. 

Strategic Community Plan 

Successful 2022/23 Grant Recipients 

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Transforming the community

In 2022-23 financial year, the city awarded $819,339.43 to local community groups, incorporating new grants and pre-existing agreements.

Funding was granted for NAIDOC Week and Goldfields Pride Festival celebrations, lighting and solar panel upgrades at recreational sports clubs, and a new community Arts program amongst many other unique initiatives.

Click below to read more about how our Annual Grant Recipients are transforming the community.

Read more

Success Stories

The Women's Refuge, The Sandalwood Family Centre and The Salvation Army have achieved fantastic goals with funding from the 2021-2022 Annual Grant Program. 

Click on the video's below and prepare to be inspired to submit your application today.  

The Women's Refuge

Sandalwood Family Centre

The Salvation Army

More Information

For more information on the Annual Grant Program contact City Officers on 9021 9600 or agp@ckb.wa.gov.au

Quick Links

2022-2023 Guidelines

Strategic Community Plan 2020-30

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