Arts and Culture Grants Program
The City of Victor Harbor has introduced an Arts and Culture Grants Program to:
- Facilitate more great art in Victor Harbor;
- Support artists in Victor Harbor in the pursuit of excellence and innovation in arts practice; and
- Facilitate more people experiencing and participating in art in Victor Harbor.
The grant program specifically seeks to provide assistance towards the costs of:
- public presentation (advertising, promotional printing, mailouts, media photographs, media releases, equipment rental, framing, freight, installation costs, travel etc)
- arts development activities (costs associated with providing workshops by professional artists in visual and media arts, craft and design, performance arts, literary arts and music)
- Victor Harbor artists accessing professional development opportunities they would not otherwise be able to access, due to living in a regional community (travel and registration costs)
Applications are now open for the 2016/17 grants program.
To apply, download the Arts and Culture Grants Program - Application and Guidelines 2016/17(228 kb).
Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 1 May 2017.
For more information contact Vivienne Holloway on (08) 8551 0500.
Community Grants Program
The City of Victor Harbor Community Grants Program is funded by Council to assist community groups and organisations in the planning, coordination and provision of community services to improve the quality of life, independence and well being of people within the Victor Harbor community.
Applications are now open for the 2016/17 program are now open and will close at 5pm on Friday, 28 April 2017.
Local Heritage Incentives Grant Scheme
To demonstrate its commitment to conserving Victor Harbor’s built heritage, Council initiated a Local Heritage Incentives Grant Scheme in 2005 to assist owners in conserving and maintaining Local Heritage places.
The Local Heritage Incentives Grant Scheme is a monetary fund set aside by Council to provide subsidies for owners for work associated with the conservation of their Local Heritage places. The Local Heritage Incentives Grant Scheme help guide provides more information.
Heritage Project Grant
In addition to the above, Council has since introduced a ‘Heritage Project Grant’ to supplement the incentives scheme.
The Heritage Project Grant is a competitive annual Grant offered by Council to one successful applicant for a Local Heritage Place to support the implementation of a significant Local Heritage project.
Whilst the Local Heritage Incentives Grant Scheme is aimed at assisting with maintaining historic assets, the Heritage Project Grant is intended to support more substantial projects, preferably where they will have immediate visual impact on the public realm.
Applications for this grant are currently closed.
Recreation & Sport Small Grants Scheme
The City of Victor Harbor Recreation and Sport Small Grants Scheme aims to assist recreation and sport groups and individuals wishing to make a positive contribution to recreation and sport development in the district.
Grants to groups will not normally be greater than $1000. Grants to individuals will not normally be greater than $400. If more than one round of funding is released in any financial year, grants to one group or individual should not exceed this limit. In order to assist as many groups and individuals as possible, applications for lesser amounts are encouraged, however one project may be funded for an amount which exceeds the above limit.
Applicants for grants may not be eligible to receive funding in consecutive years.
The closing date for groups is expressed on the application form, individuals can apply throughout the financial year if there are funds still avaliable.
For a copy of Guidelines and application form select the the link below;
If you have any further queries please telephone 08 8551 0500 during business hours.
Volunteer Week Small Grants
To acknowledge the efforts of volunteers that support the Victor Harbor community, the City of Victor Harbor offers small grants to encourage, and assist community groups to celebrate and recognise the contribution of their volunteers.
Grants can be used to fund a range of “thankyou” celebrations, such as a special morning tea, lunch, or a small gift. Celebrations will need to be held during National Volunteer Week. Two sizes of grants are available - $50 for community groups with up to 15 volunteers, and $100 for larger groups.
Applications for the 2017 Grants Program have now closed.
Applicants will be notified of the status of their application.
If you have further questions about the Volunteer Week Small Grants please contact Mr Mark Oliphant on (08) 8551 0540.
The SA Government has developed a website, GRANTassist, to provide information on community grants and also provide grant funding information for business and industry.
Find out more at www.grantassist.sa.gov.au