- Last updated:
- 19 Apr 2017
The purpose of the Community Partnership Funding Program (CPFP) is for council to work in partnership with the community to achieve council’s priorities.
The program provides up to three-year funding towards operational expenses to not-for-profit organisations that provide facilities or services which support the delivery of council’s corporate priorities and demonstrate broad community benefit.
Applications are now open for the 2017/18 Community Partnership Funding Program, via an Expressions of Interest (EOI) process. Groups who received multi-year funding in 2015 or 2016 do not need to reapply for funding in 2017.
All organisations seeking to establish a new partnership with council are required to complete an EOI by the closing date. Please contact a Grants Development Officer prior to starting an EOI, as all applicants must discuss their proposal with a council category representative.
|Expression of Interest (EOI) Open||Expression of Interest (EOI) Close||Full Applications Close||Notification Date|
|19 April 2017||19 May 2017||19 June 2017||17 August 2017|
In 2015, 87 community organisations received a total of $762,906 in funding under the CPFP program. See Successful Applicants 2015.
In 2016, an additional 24 community organisations received $145,000 in new partnerships bringing the total of groups funded in this program to 99. Successful Applicants 2016
If you are interested in applying for partnership funding it is recommended you read the Community Partnership Funding Program Guidelines.
Please contact a Grants Development Officer for more information about program eligibility, aims and criteria.
Community Partnership Funding Program applications are completed online
Categories and Assessment Criteria
Groups can apply for funding through one of five categories
Applications must be aligned to council’s Corporate Plan priorities and linked to council’s core business and vision for the future
Eligibility criteria for organisations and activities
Previous Successful Applicants
Previous successful applicants of council's Community Partnership Funding Program