Acquittal of KCG 2018
If your organisation received funding through the Ku-ring-gai Community Grants program in 2018, please complete and return the following acquittal documents by 31 May 2019.
KCG 2018 Acquittal form (pdf. 153KB)
Statutory declaration form (pdf. 326KB)
Ku-ring-gai Community Grants 2018
Applications have now closed
Each year we offer community groups the chance to get their projects off the ground, purchase much-needed equipment or fund arts and cultural activities, through the Ku-ring-gai Community Grants (KCG) program. Grant applications closed 5pm Friday 29 June 2018.
The Ku-ring-gai Community Grants program contains three core funding streams to support community based initiatives.
The three funding categories are:
- Small Equipment grant
- Community Development programs
- Arts & Cultural programs
The purpose of the grants program is to build the capacity of organisations to deliver new and innovative projects and services. Projects which are identical to those submitted in previous years will not be given a high priority.
Previous successful applicants include multicultural resources in preschools to explore cultural diversity, camping equipment for scouts and guides, IT equipment for volunteer training programs, a community garden for intellectually disabled young adults, cooking classes for widowers and carers, Lunar New Year intercultural celebrations, music therapy for older adults, Spanish-speaking migrants sharing traditional music and arts with children.
Application forms will be available on Smarty Grants, our new online application system.
The documents below should be read in conjunction with the electronic application forms.
Ku-ring-gai Community Grants Program 2018
General Information for Applicants (pdf. 232KB)
Arts Cultural Guidelines (pdf. 215KB)
Community Development Guidelines (pdf. 220KB)
Small Equipment Guidelines (pdf. 221KB)
Priority funding areas
Refer to "Project details - Q6" on each electronic application form.
Please indicate how your proposed project (not your service as a whole) addresses one or more of the priority funding areas. Outline the project objectives and expected outcomes for each priority funding area (i.e. what will happen as a result of completing the project)?
Priority Funding Areas which align with Ku-ring-gai Council long-term plans are: Children and Families; Young People; Older People; People with Disabilities; People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds; Women; Community Safety; Arts/Cultural Pursuits; Economic and Social Development.
Statement by supplier form
Organisations which do not have an ABN must submit a Statement by Supplier form - refer to "Contact details - ABN question" on each electronic application form.
You can download the Organisation template here and use this each time you apply for a grant.
Need help with online application form?
Applying for Grants: Community Grants Workshop Presentation 2018 document
If you need help with the online application forms, please contact Susie Nekula on 9424 0964 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is also a Help Guide for Applicants on the SmartyGrants website.
Danny Houseas on 9424 0896 or email@example.com
Alternative sources of funding
The NSW Government has distributed a list of Funding Opportunities for Community Groups. Possible sources of funding include:
- Government gateways to community grants.
- Non-government gateways to community grants.
- Grants in selected subject areas.
- Selected private sector/non-government funding sources.
- Selected local government funding sources.
The document provides links to many funding opportunities relevant to local community groups. Some of these are:
In addition, there is a comprehensive list of Private Sector Funding Sources: