Community grants support community projects and events. These local projects promote a sense of inclusion across Casey, help residents be active and engaged in community life and celebrate diversity and cultural heritage.
Community Service Organisation (CSO) funding
CSO funding grants help community organisations deliver services that support the residents of Casey. Funding can be used to cover administrative and operational costs. CSO programs can include (but not limited to) health and wellbeing initiatives, support and programs for young people, and advocacy for mental health or drug and alcohol-related issues.
Equipment and training grants
Equipment and training grants are designed to help community groups support and develop their members by buying equipment and providing training. The goal is to allow community groups to operate successfully, diversify their programs and ensure they are inclusive.
Quick Response grants
The Quick Response grants is a program of small grants available to eligible organisations throughout the year to support the establishment and delivery of valuable services, programs, activities and events to the Casey community.
Arts Development Funding
Arts Development Funding is designed to support performing, visual and literary arts organisations to improve, develop or expand their existing programs and activities or to offer new or innovative arts opportunities for Casey residents. Three year funding covers 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Event Funding the development and delivery of successful and safe large-scale community events that engage local residents, visitors and businesses and provide opportunities to Casey residents for cultural enrichment, social interaction and active participation in leisure and arts activities in a community setting. Three year funding covers 2019/2020, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023.
Inspire and Create Environment Grants
The Inspire and Create Environment Grants support a range of environmental initiatives that inspire people to connect with nature.
Lynbrook Hotel Community Contributions Fund
The Lynbrook Hotel Community Contributions Fund is administered by Council under the direction of the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liqour regulation (VCGLR). Contributions from the Lynbrook Hotel are distributed to the community as a positive social benefit to Casey residents.