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Grants for environment projects
Keen on a community-based environment project but need a grant for support?
To foster action on climate change at grassroots level, the ACT Government has a range of grants for community-based environment projects, including those that aim to enhance sustainability, promote biodiversity and reduce the capital’s greenhouse gas emissions.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
An annual ACT Government funding program designed to assist community participation in worthwhile environmental projects.
The ACT Community Gardens Grants are designed to support community gardens across Canberra that enhance community places and spaces.
Junior Landcare Australia's program to get kids actively involved in their environment.
Other ACT Government grants to help communities turn good ideas into great activities.
For more information, visit the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate website.
Community Zero Emissions Grants program
The Community Zero Emissions Grants Program will provide funding to eligible community groups and sponsored individuals to lead initiatives which support the ACT’s transition to net zero emissions by 2050. The grants will be delivered through annual targeted rounds with $550,000 of funding available over four years. Up to $25,000 (excluding GST) will be available to eligible applicants.
Applications have closed for the current round however additional funding will be available in mid-2019. For further information or to register interest for future rounds please contact the Actsmart team on 13 22 81 or email@example.com.
For more information about successful applicants visit the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate website.
Community Garden Grants
The ACT Government offered a fourth round of Community Gardens Grants in 2018. Funding was provided to projects that support community gardens across Canberra.
Individuals, community groups and owners corporations were invited to apply for their share of $40,000.
Applications have closed for the current round however for further information or to register interest for future rounds please contact the Actsmart team on 13 22 81 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click here, to see successful grant recipients.