Southern Phone Grants Scheme | Kiama

Ideas for community-based projects in the Kiama area can become a reality under a new grant scheme made available to the municipality.

Southern Phone Company hopes to fund a number of community-based projects with a total of $25,000 of grant funding on offer to provide a physical asset for, or service to, the local community within the Kiama LGA.

“Previously, community grants have enabled great projects such as a refugee exchange program, music albums, theatre productions, arts festivals, environmental work, cultural art and much more’, said Mayor Brian Petschler. “I encourage all of our community groups to work with Council to take advantage of this valuable opportunity and create projects that enrich our community and often leave a legacy for future generations”, he said.

Kiama Council is responsible for collating and submitting the grant applications.

“I congratulate the Southern Phone Company on this initiative to assist local projects”, said Mayor Brian Petschler. “Kiama Council is a foundation shareholder in this successful which business based on local government”, he said.

If you are unsure please contact the Southern Phone Grants project office on (02) 67665222 to discuss your ideas prior to submitting your application. Successful grants will be announced by Southern Phone Company before the end of the year, with money dispersed by June 2015.

If you are interested in submitting a grant applications please ring (02) 4232 0444 or drop-in to the Council Administration Centre at 11 Manning Street Kiama. We will give you a copy of the guidelines plus the terms and conditions. Applications close at 4pm on Friday 14 November 2014.

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