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Bushfire Community Recovery Grants Program

To support communities with the recovery efforts from the 2019/2020 Black Summer Bushfires, the Community Enterprise Foundation is seeking applications from eligible charitable organisations for funding of programs that support the recovery of bushfire affected communities. 

Grant applications need to focus on the short-term recovery of communities that were impacted by the Black Summer Bushfires in 2019/2002 and will need to be for one off, community led projects delivered by organisations within the next 6 - 12 months. 

Apply FAQs

2020 NSW Bushfire Community Recovery Grants Program

Funding (up to $75,000) will support the resilience, rebuilding and strengthening of the social fabric within communities, with priority given to community-led activities that promote:

People

Supporting individual recovery and resilience building.

Social

Supporting community connectedness and recovery of organisations.

Economic

Supporting community initiatives that assist in the economic restoration of communities. 

Environmental

Supporting the conservation and re-establishment of the natural environment.

State Government Entities are encouraged to call the Community Enterprise Foundation before submitting an application as there are some requirements that will apply. 

For assistance with applications, call 1300 304 541.

A confirmation email will be sent to the registered email address once an application has been submitted.

The NSW & ACT Bushfire Appeal is a management account of Community Enterprise Foundation™ ABN 69 694 230 518, The Bendigo Centre, PO Box 480, Bendigo, VIC 3552. Sandhurst Trustees Limited ABN 16 004 030 737 AFSL 237906, a subsidiary of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178, AFSL 237879, is the trustee of the Fund. The Foundation will make distributions by way of grants, following receipt of applications from organisations.

 

Published: 24.11.2020

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