19 Aug 2016
Do you have an innovative idea, project or platform that has the potential to improve the lives of older people living in NSW? Apply for a 2016-17 Liveable Communities grant today.
The Liveable Communities Grants program offers grants to explore new possibilities and innovative approaches to creating more liveable communities.
Come along to an Information Session on Thursday 1 September to find out more about the program.
Submit your application by Friday 30 September 2016 at 2:00pm.
We encourage organisations in NSW with innovative ideas to submit an application for grant funding. The grants program is open to non-government organisations, community organisations, universities, entrepreneurs, businesses and local councils.
All grant applications must be submitted online through the SmartyGrants Portal.
For more information, including the selection criteria and terms and conditions, please read the Grant Guidelines.
We invite all potential applicants to attend an Information Session to find out more about the 2016-17 program.
Date:Thursday, 1 September 2016
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Venue:Parramatta Town Hall, 182 Church St, Parramatta
To RSVP your attendance please email: LiveableCommunitiesGrants@facs.nsw.gov.au
18 August 2016: Applications open
1 September 2016: Information session
30 September 2016: Applications close
Early December 2016: Grant recipients announced
January 2017: Workshop for grant recipients
February 2017: Projects commence
The Liveable Communities Grants program offers $4 million in funding over four years for projects that improve the lives of older people living in NSW.
The NSW Government created the Liveable Communities Grants program to capture the energy of Australian innovators and focus it on defining what it will mean to age well in the 21st century.
The program will support a range of ideas for new and improved programs, platforms and ventures that will help older people to live, learn, care, share, contribute and connect.
Liveable communities enable all people, regardless of age or ability, to lead active, independent, healthy lives and access their community freely and safely.
For more information regarding liveable communities please see the World Health Organisation’s report on Global Age-friendly Cities.
For more information about this program or how to apply, please contact:
(02) 8753 9418