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Bid Blast #23 - Welcome to Glen Innes Severn Council’s newsletter informing committees, community groups, businesses, Council, not-for- profits and individuals of potential funding opportunities through grants and programs.
December 14, 2020
Hello to everyone,
The Christmas and New Year period is almost here. During this festive period there are a large number of grant opportunities available.
This December 2020 bid blast focuses on a selection of these opportunities under the categories of:
1. Business Grants: 3 opportunities
2. Community Grants: 6 Opportunities
3. Infrastructure Grants: 2 Opportunities
4. Disaster Recovery Grants: 9 Opportunities
4.1 Bushfire Assistance: 3 Opportunities
4.2 Drought Assistance: 3 Opportunities
4.3 Covid-19 Assistance: 3 Opportunities
Hurry! The current Animal Welfare Transport Subsidy, Drought Transport Subsidy and Homebuilder grant close in December. Links to further information and eligibility are provided at the end of each category listing which will direct you to the appropriate website for full details and how to apply for that grant.
For an update on Economic Development including grants please see the latest Council Report – pages 120 to 138 and 141 to 156.
Or you can sign up to receive the Economic Development e-newsletter here.
Have a great December, Merry Christmas and New Year! See you in 2021.
Grants Officer, Glen Innes Severn Council
Information for this Bid Blast sourced from grants.gov.au, business.gov.au, Regional Development Australia Northern Inland, NSW Government – Regional NSW, NSW Department of Education, RAS NSW, NSW Government Heritage NSW Government – Planning, Industry and Environment, NSW Government – Rural Assistance Authority and NSW Office of Veterans Affairs.
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Glen Innes Highlands acknowledges and pays respect to the Ngoorabul people as the traditional custodians of this land, their elders past, present and emerging, and to Torres Strait Islander people and all First Nations people.
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