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NSW Seniors Festival Grants - 2023

ClosedGrant Closed: 8th of August 2022 (extended) Value: Up to $10,000 Run By: NSW Government Family and Community Services Further Information: https://www.seniorsfestival.nsw.gov.au/events/nsw-seniors-festival-grants

The NSW Seniors Festival Grants program provides $200,000 in funding for community programs and activities that enable older Australians to remain, active, healthy and engaged during the NSW Seniors Festival. Every year the Festival provides hundreds of free and discounted programs and activities to seniors across the state.

Funding is available to support a range of programs and activities, for example:

  • Programs offering access to expert advice, information, tools and resources
  • Free samples of activities during NSW Seniors Festival
  • Opportunities to connect seniors with local organisations and services
  • Outdoor and physically active workshops
  • Applications can be for small scale, multiple and larger activities throughout the NSW Seniors Festival.

Three funding categories are available to distribute $200,000 across NSW:

  • Category 1: Up to $1,000 for small-scale local community programs and activities.
  • Category 2: $1,001 – $5,000 for larger local community programs and activities.
  • Category 3: $5,001 - $10,000 to local government organisations only to hold large scale community and regional  programs and activities.
Last Updated: 28th of July 2022
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