The City of Kingston Annual Grants Program provides an opportunity for the Council to work in partnership with the local community to enhance the quality of life of current and future generations of Kingston residents.
Each year applications are invited from individual artists, not for profit arts groups and organisations to apply for an Arts Grant as part of the wider Community Grants Program. Applications for the 2020-2021 round will open on Tuesday 28 January 2020 and close midnight Tuesday 31 March 2020.
Under this program, applicants are sort from community groups and not for profit organisations, located in the City of Kingston, to deliver one off activities and events that celebrate Children’s Week.
Council would like to encourage and support partnerships between community groups and organisations and invite them to apply for its Cultural Diversity Partnership Grants.
Apply for funding for a sporting, cultural, environmental or humanitarian purpose.
The City of Kingston's Junior Council and the Chelsea Rotary Club have partnered together to offer grants of up to $1500 for programs, activities, projects, events or services which assist those in need in Kingston.
The Kingston City Council Quick Response Grants Program gives individuals and community groups the opportunity to apply for small grants to help them achieve their goals and ambitions.
Clubs, organisations and community groups can apply for funds to run an event during the Seniors Festival.
The Kingston Youth Festival grants program encourages the local community to become involved in provision of events and initiatives for young people.