Council's Community and Cultural Grants program is now closed. Please get in touch if you would like any further information.
About the program
Council's grants program seeks to support organisations, groups or individuals who provide an activity or program that works towards a connected, liveable, vibrant and creative community in the Woollahra Local Government Area.
The Small Community and Cultural Grants Program is offered twice per year for community initiatives up to $1,000.
The Large Community and Cultural Grants Program is offered once per year for community initiatives up to $5,000.
This includes but not limited to services/projects/activities which complement the Council's own services and identified priorities in the areas of families, children, youth, seniors and people with a disability and community safety.
2. Cultural projects
This includes a broad range of arts and cultural development initiatives that are in line with priorities identified by Council. Examples may include but not limited to performing and visual arts and crafts, literature, film, design, history and heritage and their expression through public debate, festivals, exhibitions, performances, creative space, competitions and public celebrations of importance to communities.
Watch a short documentary on Parsley Bay funded through the Community and Cultural Grants Program. This documentary was produced by a group of Woollahra residents during a Documentary Filmmaking Workshop for Seniors, run by Metro Screen.
View the list of previous successful grant recipients: