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Community Grants

SA Government - Digital Donation Program

The Digital Donation Program was created to assist South Australian community based not-for-profit organisations to access devices from surplus government stocks. By re-using surplus government devices across the State and making them available to not-for-profit organisations in the community, we are able to implement a program that benefits both the community and our planet.

Organisations must be eligible for the program and meet the specific requirements. The devices are free and the maximum amount for each eligible organisation is three.

Successful applicants can collect their devices at a pre-arranged time from the Computer Recycling Warehouse in Burton

For further information visit: https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/family-and-community/community-organisations/information-and-resources/digital-donation-program

Australian Government - Drought Communities Program

Provides Eligible Councils with up to $1 million for local community infrastructure and other drought relief projects for communities impacted for drought.

The extension of the Drought Communities Programme provides funding of $81 million in 2018-2019 to Eligible Councils to deliver benefits to targeted drought-affected regions of Australia.

The program will support local community infrastructure and other drought relief projects for communities impacted by drought. Contact your local council for more information

Applications close 1 December 2020 for District Council of Peterborough and Outback Communities

Advancing Renewables Program

The Advancing Renewables Program aims to fund projects that contribute to one or more of the following outcomes:

Reduce costs | Increase value | Improve technology | Reduce barriers | Increase skills

Applicants need to match the funding sought from ARENA

For further information visit – http://business.gov.au/assistance/advancing-renewables-program 

On-Farm Emergency Water Rebate Scheme

Applications are open for eligible applicants to access the $4.75 million On-farm Emergency Water Rebate Scheme.

The scheme has been established to provide one-off 25 per cent rebate up to $25,000 (GST exclusive) to primary producers in drought affected  areas for the costs associated with the purchase and installation of on-farm water infrastructure.

For more information on the scheme including the guidelines and application form can be found here – https://pir.sa.gov.au/grants_and_assistance/drought_support/financial_assistance#toc1