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Event Partnership Fund Program

ClosedGrant Opened: 18th of March 2024 Closed: 6th of May 2024 - 11:59 pm Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: Moree Plains Shire Council Further Information: https://www.mpsc.nsw.gov.au/media-releases/1749-small-business-and-event-partnership-funding

Moree Plains Shire Council is seeking to provide partnership funding support for a range of local events. These events would have the primary aim of enhancing the amenity, wellbeing, and economic vibrancy of the Moree Plains Shire.

Eligible event organisers will be able to apply for a one-off maximum payment of up to $10,000. The money can be used on a wide range of events as outlined in the guidelines.

Targeted support for events has the potential to:

  1. Build amenity and community resilience and make the community a more desirable place to live and work.
  2. Lead to long term economic diversification and new employment opportunities.
  3. Increase the visitor economy.

The end goal is to deliver a program that will have the greatest positive impact on the local community and businesses.

Events funded by the Program include existing or new:

  • Community markets
  • Festivals and fairs
  • Local business events and conferences
  • Sporting events that will contribute to the visitor economy
  • Food and leisure events
  • Community classes and workshops
  • Agricultural field days (run by community organisations)
  • Touring events and theatre programs (both for Children and Adults)
  • Community celebrations
Last Updated: 17th of April 2024
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