Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (ACCO) Capability Building Grants ProgramShow more
Funding of up to $45,454 (excluding GST) per project is available for eligible Aboriginal not-for-profit or charitable organisations for capability building activities that provide services to Aboriginal children, families, people and communities within WA.
Addressing Family Violence in the Kimberley Grants Program 2020-2022Show more
Communities has a total grants budget of $2.6 million to trial the Addressing Family Violence in the Kimberley Grants Program focused on developing place-based family violence interventions in the Kimberley region. Grants are available to Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs) or organisations working in partnership with an ACCO.
Age-friendly and Dementia-friendly Communities Grants ProgramShow more
Grants of up to $15,000 are available for local governments and incorporated not-for-profit community organisations to implement age-friendly, active/positive ageing, other seniors-related strategies, and dementia-friendly strategies.
All-terrain Wheelchair Access for National Parks and BeachesShow more
Grants of up to $10,000 are available to increase the availability of all-terrain wheelchairs in National Parks and beaches across Western Australia to support people with disability to connect to their community, participate more actively in community life and recreate in the natural environment.
Attraction and Retention Packages for Regional Childcare Workers programShow more
Funding for local governments in regional areas to deliver retention and attraction workforce packages.
- Find out more about the Attraction and Retention Packages for Regional Childcare Workers program.
Community Housing Organisation (CHO) Maintenance Grants Program 2021Show more
Forming part of the Social Housing Economic Recovery Package (SHERP), grants of up to $20,000 are available for Community Housing Organisations (registered and non-registered) to conduct non-urgent maintenance on eligible items in regional locations across Western Australia. Applications close at 2:30pm Monday 1 February 2021.
COVID-19 Community Housing Rent Relief Grant ProgramShow more
Grants are available to eligible community housing organisations (including local government authorities) that froze rent payable increases during the entire COVID-19 Emergency Period; or intend to credit tenants/occupants for rent payable increases charged during this period.
COVID-19 Youth Recovery Grants ProgramShow more
Grants of up to $10,000 are available for local governments and community organisations to implement projects that engage young people (10–25 years old) in creative ways and help achieve positive outcomes.
Financial Counselling Traineeships 2021-2023Show more
The Financial Counselling Traineeships Grant Program 2021-2023 will contribute towards the establishment of a training pipeline and the longer-term sustainability of the financial counselling workforce in Western Australia.
Grants of up to $110,000 over two years in metropolitan Perth and Mandurah locations and up to $120,000 over two years in regional locations for each FTE trainee are available for financial counselling services currently funded by the Department for Communities.
Local Government Partnership Fund for HomelessnessShow more
Grants ranging from $25,000 to $200,000 to provide one-off financial co-contributions towards new initiatives that are identified and led by local governments to respond to and prevent homelessness around Western Australia.
Thank a Volunteer Day Celebration Grants ProgramShow more
Grants of up to $2,000 are available for community organisations to host events or activities on Thank a Volunteer Day, December 5.
WA Youth Engagement GrantsShow more
Grants of up to $5,000 are available for short-term, one-off activities or initiatives of up to six months’ duration, and up to $10,000 for longer term, community-wide, strategic initiatives. These grants allow local governments and community service organisations to implement projects that engage young people to help achieve positive outcomes for young people in the community.
- Find out more about the Youth Engagement Grants program
Women’s Grants for a Stronger FutureShow more
Grants ranging from $10,000 to $100,000 are available for community service organisations and local governments to for projects and programs that advance gender equality and build a better, fairer and more equitable community in Western Australia.
Youth Week WAShow more
Grants of up to $1,500 for individual events and up to $3,000 for collaborative community-wide events are available for eligible organisations to host an event during Youth Week WA 2023.