Community Funding Round – 2023
Social, Cultural, Environmental

The funding round opens Wednesday 14 June and closes at midnight on Friday 14 July.   Contestable fund available:  $15,000.

Who can apply?
All local community groups, incorporated societies and registered charities who currently operate within the Trust’s defined geographical boundaries being the Greytown District Electoral Ward.

What can I apply for?
Community activities or projects that deliver a community-wide benefit to the Greytown district in the areas of “social, cultural and environmental well-being”.    Applicants must be able to clearly demonstrate how the activity they are seeking funding for will benefit the Greytown community.  Applications must not be for an individual.

The three areas under which groups can apply are:

Social well-being
Organisations that help those in the community who are disadvantaged or in need.

Organisations that help residents to participate in passive recreation activity or to bring them together in a community wide activity. 

Cultural well-being
Organisations, venues and events that encourage participation or promote interest in and enjoyment of arts, culture and local history.

Environmental well-being
Initiatives that promote or deliver enhancements to local service infrastructure and to the local built and natural environment.

Application process
You may complete the online application form below or download the Application Form – here and submit via email or drop off to our office at 124 Main Street, Greytown.   Successful applicants will be invited to the Trust’s annual general meeting to be held on Tuesday 8 August at 7pm to be presented with their grant.

If you require any assistance completing the application form or have any questions, please feel free to contact the Trust Manager, Helga Perry on 0274 517 011 or