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ChCh City Council Strengthening Communities Fund

Wednesday, May 10, 2017   Posted in: Resources and Information By: Administrator With tags: funding, Community Groups

CCCThe Christchurch City Council values the immense contribution that community groups make to the City's well-being through ongoing programmes and initiatives, and recognises this through their community grants' funding.

The Strengthening Communities Fund close at midnight on Tuesday 6th June 2017.

There have been a number of changes to the application process and the funding schemes offered:

  • The 2017 Strengthening Communities Fund will be open for all applications. There is no minimum request limit on this fund.
  • Consequently there will be no Small Grants Fund in 2017
  • Organisations may only make one application to the Strengthening Communities Fund at metropolitan level and/or one application per community board area.
  • Your single application can be for both operating and/or project costs. Operating costs may include salaries and general overheads such as power, rent and administration costs. Project costs may include the costs of community programmes, events, activities and equipment.

The purpose of the Strengthening Communities Fund is to support community focused organisations whose projects contribute to the strengthening of community wellbeing in the Christchurch City area.

Get more information on the criteria for Strengthening Communities Fund applications, and how to apply.

Contact the Community Grants Fund team if you have any questions (communitygrants[at]ccc.govt.nz).

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