Anzac Community Grants Program

RSLs and schools are amongst a range of community organisations eligible to apply for NSW Government funding to deliver projects that improve veteran wellbeing and celebrate their important contributions to society.

Acting Minister for Veterans Geoff Lee said the Anzac Community Grants Program provides organisations up to $2,000 to commence, enhance or complete a local community project as part of a commemorative and educational program.

Funding is available to individuals and not-for-profit organisations, including educational institutions, ex-service organisations, community groups, local government associations, museums and historical societies.

Applications for the grant program will close at 5pm on Remembrance Day, Wednesday 11 November.

To apply for the grant visit www.veterans.nsw.gov.au

If you have any questions about the Program please contact the Office for Veterans Affairs.

 

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