It is requested that you contact the RiverConnect Project Officer at Greater Shepparton City Council on 03 5832 9714 prior to applying for funding from sources such as those listed below.
- Greater Shepparton City Council
- Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA)
- Landcare Australia
- State Government Department of Planning and Community Development
- The Myer Foundation
- Grants to Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations (GVEHO)
- Volunteer Small Equipment Grants
Not only will you be given advice for your application but this will enable coordination between the different schools to ensure the chance of greatest success.
In many cases coordinated community applications between different agencies is much more likely to receive favourable consideration.
This list below is not exhaustive and you are encouraged to look beyond those listed, especially to your own Department of Education sources.
Greater Shepparton City Council
Leisure Services Department
Leisure Services Officer
Ph: 03 5832 9700
- Grants Link
- Our Community
- Sport & Recreation Victoria
- Vic Health
- Vic Sport
- Australian Institute of Sport
Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GB CMA)
GBCMA Funding Coordinator
Ph: (03) 5820 1100
Regional NRM Coordinator
Ph: 03 5820 1114
Landcare Australia facilitates several exciting funding opportunities for Landcare, Junior Landcare, Landcare Farming and Coastcare groups.
State Government Department of Planning and Community Development
The Victorian Government's Community Facility Funding Program is open for applications and local councils are encouraged to apply.
The Myer Foundation
The Education Small Grants Program aims to provide a quick response to community needs, and supports projects in educational settings that have educational goals.
Grants to Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations (GVEHO)
The Grants to Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations (GVEHO) program helps eligible community based environment and heritage organisations to value, conserve and protect Australia's natural environment and historic heritage by assisting with their administrative funding.
Volunteer Small Equipment Grants
FaHCSIA works in partnership with other government and non-government organisations to manage a diverse range of programs and services designed to support and improve the lives of Australians. Commonwealth funding is a great way of helping your community expand, develop or start a project. Service Providers are chosen through selection processes.