There’s lots of money out there, you just need to know where to find it and be clear about what you want it for.
We list ongoing local community and government grants that Sheds might be eligible to apply for on this page. If you’re aware of an opportunity not listed, please let us know.
The Lotterywest COVID-19 Relief Fund includes three grant programs designed to provide support to eligible organisations to assist individuals experiencing hardship; communities wanting to reconnect; and organisations to become stronger for the future:
To further encourage community groups to participate in road safety, the Road Safety community grant program provides up to $5,000 for each event grant.
Applications must be received at least 3 months prior to the event and are assessed monthly.
Applications open 1st Monday of each month and close 5pm on the last Friday.
Bankwest is offering grants of up to $1,000 eligible community groups.
The first 40 Easy Grant applications received each month that meet the entry criteria will be up for public vote. The six groups with the highest number of votes will receive $1,000 each. The remaining groups will receive $200 each.
Supports a range of charitable organisations and projects each year. Grants are made locally, Australia wide and internationally through Australian registered charitable organisations.
As part of their role as a broker of change, the Australian Communities Foundation showcase granting opportunities so their community of givers can be inspired to support initiatives that are aligned with their interests.
Distributes grants to local non-profit organisations working in the areas of health and safety, financial literacy and environmental sustainability.
Raises funds to support local communities, charities and other worthwhile causes. It is best to approach your local IGA store directly and provide:
Synergy works with local organisations to benefit communities between Kalbarri in the north, Kalgoorlie in the east and Albany in the south.
Provides grants for all kinds of equipment and furniture to make work a lot easier for any community organisation.
Considers applications from deserving community organisations that are committed to improving the quality of community life for West Australians. Funding levels are flexible and will be dependant on funding availability and the organisations needs.
Supports a diverse range of small-scale initiatives that will empower and strengthen local communities.
Support will be provided to those initiatives which can meet the following criteria to a high degree
– Demonstrates how the initiative addresses at least one of the sponsorship focus areas
– Provides a clear benefit to the community.
– Demonstrates community need for the initiative.
Supports small-scale initiatives across WA that have a local community focus.
Support will be provided to those requests which meet the following criteria:
– Provides a clear benefit to the local community
– Demonstrates how the initiative addresses at least one of the sponsorship priorities.