Successful Grant Recipients for 2022-23

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

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council Meeting on Monday 23 May 2022, resolved to award $649,679 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

Artgold Inc.

Towards operational costs and a Community Arts Program.

$133,950 per financial year for three years

Boulder Bowling Club

Towards solar panels and electrical compliance requirements.


Boulder Scout Group

Towards costs to re-stump the building.


Eastern Goldfields BMX Club Inc.

Purchase of storage containers for excess equipment


Eastern Goldfields First Nations Council Inc.

Towards NAIDOC Week celebrations.


Eastern Goldfields Highland Dancing Association Inc.

Purchase of portable professional showcase dance floors.


Eastern Goldfields Historical Society

Towards operational costs


Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association

Towards upgrading stadium lighting.


Goldfields Pride

Towards Goldfields Pride Festival event.


Goldfields Regional Toy Library

Towards various items including shelving, volunteer vests and rechargeable batteries.


Goldfields Women’s Health Care Centre

Towards International Women's Day event.

$9,000 per financial year for three years

Goldfields Women’s Refuge Association Inc.

Towards purpose-built accommodation facility.


Kalgoorlie Baptist Church

Towards Carols in Kalgoorlie event.

$5,000 per financial year for three years

Kalgoorlie Boulder Artisan Blacksmiths Inc.

Purchase and installation of power forging equipment.


Kalgoorlie Volleyball Association

Purchase of outdoor volleyball equipment for pop-up sporting activities.


The Salvation Army (WA)

Purchase of a vehicle to extend services in the community and return youth home safely from activities.


Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centre Inc.

Delivery of a series of annual community events including a school holiday program for youth.


YMCA of Western Australian Youth and Community Services Inc.

Towards operation costs towards the creation of Y-Create, a youth engagement strategy creating arts, programs, workshops and events.


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 and prepare to be inspired to submit your application today.  

The Women's Refuge Sandalwood Family Centre The Salvation Army

Ready to apply? 

Click here to view our Annual Grant Program information page. 

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