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March 4, 2022
Welcome to Glen Innes Severn Council’s newsletter informing committees, community groups, businesses, sporting organisations, Council, not-for-profits and individuals of potential funding opportunities through grants and programs.
Autumn has arrived! This month's newsletter provides information on a selection of Business, Community, Infrastructure and COVID-19 funding and support opportunities currently available:
All opportunities featured here are linked to the relevant website for full details and information about how you can apply.
We also encourage you to subscribe to our Economic Development newsletter.
Richard Quinn - Grants Officer
Glen Innes Severn Council
This Round is seeking applications from eligible organisations to deliver services to support young people, aged 15 to 19, disengaged from education and training and struggling to make effective transitions into sustainable employment, to re-engage in education and training and support their transitions to employment. The program will be managed locally by one lead provider per region – although consortium applications are welcomed.
The Program will primarily support regional, rural and remote approved aged care providers (primarily 7 or less facilities) to improve their financial viability. It is designed to assist providers to improve their governance and operational efficiency to ensure service continuity of care and longer-term financial viability through undertaking business improvement activities.
Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements wage subsidy supports employers of any size to take on new apprentices or trainees.
Any business that engages an Australian Apprentice between 5 October 2020 and 31 March 2022 may be eligible for a subsidy of 50% of the apprentice's gross wages paid.
If you are a small or medium food and beverage business wanting to create or expand your outdoor dining area, you may be eligible for a $5,000 rebate, available to the first 5,000 NSW eligible small or medium food and beverage businesses that register. Please note maximum 1,500 NSW business recipients outside of Greater Sydney.
Closes: 16 June 2022
Value: Up to $50,000 for each eligible primary producer
Run By: NSW Government – Rural Assistance Authority
The NSW and Australian Governments have announced additional DRFA assistance measures to support primary producers who were impacted by the floods and severe weather that occurred during November and December 2021. Once approved, eligible primary producers can access $10,000 in assistance up-front with a further $40,000 in financial assistance available thereafter upon submission of valid tax invoices.
Value: Up to $10,000 per worker.
Run By: NSW Government – Regional NSW
Up to $10,000 per employee for the costs of relocating staff from metropolitan centres around Australia to Regional NSW. For example, a business can receive pre-approval for relocation of 50 employees with a grant of up to $500,000.
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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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