Our Community Strengthening Grants provide crucial funding to enhance the involvement of local organisations.

These grants help develop services, manage facilities, coordinate events and promote tourism and health within our community.


We offer 3 grant categories:
  • Major Grants - up to $10,000
  • Quick Response - up to $5,000
  • Quick Response - up to $1,000

Timely Reviews

To ensure our Community Strengthening Grants are meeting your needs, we conduct regular reviews based on feedback from our community and stakeholders.


Your Input Matters

We invite you to share your insights and perspectives on our drafted documents.

Your feedback will help us create policies and guidelines that are practical, effective and aligned with our community's needs.

Review the updated documents and comment your feedback below, consultation is open to the community from 3 July to 24 July 2024.

Do you have any feedback on the updated Community Strengthening Grants Policy and Guidelines?

Please read the updated Community Strengthening Grant Policy and Guidelines before providing your feedback. Submissions close Wednesday 24 July 2024.

Changes to the Policy and Guidelines include:

Contact Us

Do you have a question, would you like to know more, or would you like to provide feedback over the phone or in person? Contact us below:

Name Administration Officer - Grants
Phone 03 5871 9222
Email grants@moira.vic.gov.au

COMMUNITY GRANTS

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Collection Notice

Council is collecting the information contained in this engagement tool to help Council understand the community's views on the draft update Community Strengthening Grants Policy and Guidelines. The information collected will be used to assist Council in development of a final Community Strengthening Grants Policy and Guidelines.

Your responses will be reviewed by Council staff involved in the development of the Community Strengthening Grants Policy and Guidelines. Your responses (excluding any identifying information and any moderated comments) will also be made publicly available on Council’s community engagement platform, Moira Matters, and may also be included in on official Council Agenda and Minutes which are public documents and available on Council's website. Council may also disclose your information if required or authorised to do so by legislation.

You can find out more about how we use and protect your information by viewing our Privacy Statement. If you require access to the information you have provided, please contact Council.