Council reviewing its grants program

Published on 24 November 2022

Curbside Carnies performing in front of Glenlyon Town Hall

Council is conducting a review of its grants program to ensure its effectiveness and value to the community.

Mayor, Cr Brian Hood, said that Council awards a significant number of grants throughout the year, including Community Grants, in addition to grants for Artisan Agriculture, Biodiversity, Events and Climate change projects.

“We’re looking for feedback on what our community thinks of the process to access grants and whether there are any improvements that will make the application process easier.”

“We want to hear from people or groups who have applied for or received grants, and even those that may not know much about our grants program,” said Cr Brian Hood.

This community feedback will inform a review of our grants program so we can ensure it’s both meeting expectations and managed efficiently.

Community members and groups are encouraged to visit and complete a short survey.  The survey closes on Tuesday 13 December 2022.

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