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Community Building Partnership

Update

NSW Government recently announced an increase to the CBP funding in 2014. This increased the base allocation per electorate to $300,000.

Please note, the Guidance Notes have recently been updated, please refer to section five of the Guidance Notes to review the changes.

Applications for the 2014 Community Building Partnership program are now closed.

Please check the timetable for further information regarding the program schedule.

General Criteria

Applicants should demonstrate how their project will benefit their local community through the building or improvement of facilities to deliver positive social, recreational or environmental outcomes.

Applications from local councils require a commitment of matching cash funding by the council.

Projects should be ready to commence by early 2015 and be completed before the end of March 2016.

Who can apply?

Incorporated not-for-profit community organisations and local councils.

What are the grants for?

To fund the building and improvement of local community facilities.

Community infrastructure projects which are intended to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC 2014 - 2018 may be submitted.

How do I apply?

Applications must be made online during the application period. Late applications will not be accepted.

How are applications assessed?

Grants applications will be assessed competitively on merit against the Project Assessment Criteria with other projects in the State electoral district

What has been funded previously?

Click here to view information on previous grants.

Information and Applications

Information for applicants will be available on the Community Building Partnership website and from your local State Member of Parliament during the application period.

If your organisation relies on volunteers, you may wish to consider signing up to the Statement of Principles for the Recognition of Volunteers.