Successful Grant Recipients for 2024/25

In 2024-25 financial year, the City will award $620,161 to local community groups, incorporating new grants and pre-existing agreements.

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council Meeting on Monday, 27 May 2024, resolved to award the significant sum to local community groups through the Annual Grant Program. The City received a number of outstanding applications from organisations seeking to increase their impact on the community across a number of fields, including sport, arts, recreation and community services.

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

Grant Applicant

Funding Description

Grant Amount

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Basketball Association

To develop sustainable pathways for female
basketball players.


Sandalwood Family Centre

Development of the Intergenerational Playgroup Program, including outreach activities.


Kalgoorlie Scout Group

Capital works

FORM Building a State of Creativity Venue hire of the Goldfields Arts Centre for the delivery of the 2025 Scribblers on the Road Festival.


Kalgoorlie Volleyball Association Incorporated Equipment Training and Development

Royal Lifesaving Society WA

Equip participants with skills and knowledge to improve water safety and confidence.

$15,000 per annum 

Total: $45,000

Palace Theatre Recreation Centre

To cover operational expenses such as utilities, insurances, etc

$15,000 per annum

Total: $45,000 over 3 years

Eastern Goldfields Talent Development Centre

Development of three key programs:

  • Strength and Conditioning Program
  • Athlete Education Workshops
  • Coaching Networking Event

6,500 per annum 

Total: $19,500 over 3 years

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Annual Grant Program Previous Success Stories

The Women's Refuge     Sandalwood Family Centre