Grants and other resources

Ku-ring-gai Council’s Centenary of Anzac Community Grants Program

The Centenary of Anzac Community Grants Program is designed to assist the Ku-ring-gai community to fund small community-based historical projects at a neighbourhood level that commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women in the First World War.

Grants of up to $2,000 are available for individuals and organisations to plan and implement activities and projects that:

  • Raise awareness of the contribution Ku-ring-gai made in the First World War
  • Help the community commemoration the Anzacs shaping of Australian values
  • Help look after historical sites connected to the First World War

Applications have now closed for 2015/2016. The next round of applications will open early 2017.

Anzac Community Grants

This is a NSW Government grants program that provides educational institutions, ex-service organisations, community groups, local government, museums and historical societies with up to $5,000 for the organising of Anzac-related activities. Click here for further information on the community grants program.

Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program

This Federal Government project assists and encourages communities across Australia to undertake their own Anzac Centenary projects that commemorate the service and sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women in the First World War. Click here for further information on the Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program.

In the Bradfield electorate, Ku-ring-gai Council received funding for Light of our Lives. Other funding - view media release.

NSW Community War Memorial Fund

If your organisation has an existing war memorial that requires restoration, you can apply for funding from the Community War Memorial Fund. A ‘memorial’ includes public monuments, memorial places, landscaped spaces, buildings and sculptures as well as indoor fixtures such as honour boards, plaques, busts, Bas reliefs. Click here for more information on war memorials fund.