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Community Building Partnership - 2023

ClosedGrant Closed: 27th of October 2023 - 5:00 pm Value: $5,000 to $150,000 Run By: NSW Government Family and Community Services Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/community-building-partnership-2023-round

The NSW Government is investing in infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes, while also promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion.

In 2023, the total value of the CBP program is $27.9 million. There is a maximum of $300,000 to allocate in each electorate.

CBP will consider funding requests for projects in NSW involving:

  • capital works including construction of new community infrastructure as well as refurbishment, repair and maintenance of existing community infrastructure.
    Capital works are: improvements to the land or building, or freestanding equipment that will be fixed or installed to the land or building
  • the purchase of freestanding equipment
  • the purchase of vehicle(s) such as cars, buses, trucks, trailers, motorised rescue vehicles including boats and any modifications to existing vehicles
  • projects that can be completed by 31 August 2025
  • projects with one project location per application only
  • an application involving a vehicle must be made separately to a capital works and/or equipment purchase. Your application may be deemed ineligible if you fail to do so.

Below are examples of projects that are eligible for CBP funding. This is not an exhaustive list of eligible projects. It is designed to give applicants an idea of the type of projects that are eligible to apply for CBP funding.

  • Resurfacing of sporting courts – e.g. tennis, netball and basketball court upgrades, drainage, playground equipment installation
  • Installation of shade structures – e.g. covered outdoor learning area or refurbishment to courtyard to make an ‘all weather’ area (development consent or exemption may be required)
  • Restoration of building – e.g. restoration of stained-glass windows, roof repair, solar panel installation (owner’s consent for Crown Land, development consent and heritage requirements may apply)
  • Accessibility improvement – e.g. amenities, kerb ramp
  • Kitchen upgrade – e.g. clubhouse kitchen renovation, plumbing, electrical works, purchase of appliances
  • Public announcement system – e.g. purchase of sound equipment, electrical works and installation
Last Updated: 9th of October 2023
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