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Safer Communities Fund Round 6 – Infrastructure Grants
By Malcolm Wilson
Posted in News
The Safer Communities Fund Round 6: Infrastructure Grant is now open and schools, pre-schools, places of religious worship, local councils and community organisations are encouraged to apply.
The aim of the Safer Communities Fund Round 6 program is to increase public safety and security in the Australian community and to reduce crime, violence and anti-social behaviour. We all have the right to feel safe.
All groups who apply must have an Australian Business Number (ABN), be Not-for-Profit organisations, local governing bodies and incorporated trustees with responsibility for community assets.
The minimum grant amount is $10,000 and the maximum is $500,000. The grant will be up to 100% of eligible project costs.
The Safer Communities Fund provides funding to community organisations, schools, pre-schools and local councils to implement and boost crime prevention and security initiatives. Eligible activities can include: fixed or mobile CCTV cameras, security lighting, bollards, fencing, security and alarm systems, intercom, swipe access for public or community spaces, licensed security guards for schools and pre-schools.
Projects must be completed by 31 March 2024.
More information is available at this link.
Malcolm Wilson, Grants Officer can provide required details and assistance to UCA congregations.
Grants and Historical Records Officer
P (08) 8236 4206 | M 0414520140 | E email@example.com | W sa.uca.org.au
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