Successful Grant Recipients for 2023-24

In 2023-24 financial year, the city awarded $768,041 to local community groups, incorporating new grants and pre-existing agreements.

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council Meeting on Monday 26 June 2023, resolved to award $502,091 to local community groups through the Annual Grant Program. The City received a number of outstanding applications which demonstrated organisations wanting to make a difference in the local community, and contribute to the City's quality of life through the provision of events, projects, activities and services.

Congratulations to the following organisations who have been successful in their grant applications:

Grant Applicant

Funding Description

Grant Amount

Golden Community Mile

Purchase of a trailer


Goldfields Equestrian Centre

Purchase of water tanks


Stage Left Theatre Troupe

Upgrade of theatrical lighting design and technology to enable real-life training


Two Up Two Down Community Choir

Singing Tuition Workshop


Goldfields Pride

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Pride Festival 2023


Hannans Club Inc.

Reimagining Hannans Club


Western Australian Police and Community Youth Council Inc. (PCYC Kalgoorlie)

Kalgoorlie PCYC Community Events and Music Leadership Program


Empowering People in Communities Inc. (EPIC)

Accommodation Accessibility Modifications


Kalgoorlie Bowling Club

Resurfacing Greens (A and B)


Tjuma Pulka Media Aboriginal Media Corporation

Tjuma Pulka Studio located at Central Regional TAFE Kalgoorlie Campus


Goldfields Repertory Club (1931) Inc.

Goldfields Repertory Club Theatre Rebuild – Consultancy Support


Boulder Bowling Club

Boulder Bowling Club – wages for a Greenskeeper

$35,000 per annum

Total: $105,000 over
3 years

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Artisan Blacksmiths

Master Classes, Upskilling and administration costs

$27,964 per annum

Total: $83,892.00 over
3 years

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Urban Landcare group

Operational Costs

$99,000 per annum

Total: $297,000 over
3 years


Goldfields Young Heroes

$15,000 per annum

Total: $45,000 over 3 years

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Annual Grant Program Previous Success Stories

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

The Women's Refuge Sandalwood Family Centre The Salvation Army

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 2023/24 Annual Grant Program Guidelines

Strategic Community Plan 2020-30

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