ClubGRANTS Category 1 by Junee Ex-Services Club (July 2022)

Grants

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As part of the ClubGRANTS Category 1 scheme, the Junee Ex-Services Memorial Club Ltd are offering a limited number of grants of up to $2,000 per application.

The ClubGRANTS Category 1 stream is dedicated to projects and/or services that contribute to the welfare and broader social fabric of the local community, and are aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.

Any eligible organisation based within New South Wales may apply, but priority will be given to organisations based within Junee Shire, or directly supplying services to the Junee community.

Eligibility

 
You are considered eligible for Category 1 funding if your project falls under specific community welfare and social services, community development, health services and employment assistance activities, and other projects aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.

  • Community Welfare and Social Services
    • Family support
    • Supported emergency or low-cost accommodation
    • Counselling services
    • Childcare and child protection
    • Aged, disability or youth services
    • Veteran welfare services
    • Services to victims of natural or other disasters
    • Volunteer emergency services, such as surf life-saving and rural fire services
  • Community Development
    • Neighbourhood centre activities
    • Community education programs
    • Youth drop-in facilities
    • Community transport services
    • Tenants’ services
    • State-wide or regional services developing social policies and providing advocacy for local community services
  • Community Health Services
    • Early childhood health
    • Child and family services
    • Community nursing
    • Therapy, including art therapy
    • Community mental health services
    • Health promotion initiatives
    • Drug and alcohol services
    • Palliative care/women’s health/dental/disability services
    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services
    • Home and community care services
  • Employment Assistance Activities
    • Employment placement services
    • Group training
    • Employment advocacy
    • Community enterprises
    • Local job creation schemes

NOTE: These are broad categories — you may still be eligible for Category 1 even if your project or initiative is not in this list. Alternatively, funding may still be sought under ClubGRANTS Categories 2 or 3.

Any eligible organisation based within New South Wales may apply, but priority will be given to organisations based within Junee Shire, or directly supplying services to the Junee community.

Past Recipients

In the August 2021 round, three Junee based organisations each received $2,000 funding. These included:

  • Junee Community Open Kitchen — New Stove
  • Junee Community Centre — Digital Literacy for Seniors
  • Cooinda Court Aged Care — Upgraded Dining Room Facilities

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Further Questions?

Any questions about the Category 1 ClubGRANTS process, please visit the ClubGRANTS FAQs page.

Be sure to read the Guidelines and other useful resources found at the bottom of the FAQs page — we highly recommend the “How to make your application stand out” and the “Tips for successful applicants” documents.

You can also contact the Junee Ex-Services Memorial Club with queries.

Apply for Junee ClubGRANTS Category 1 funding

Applications close 4:00pm, September 30, 2022.

Applications should be submitted via the online application form.
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