Community Future Grants (NSW)
Purpose: The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation (RASF) is offering young people up to $25,000 in funding for a community project in their local rural area.
Taking part is easy:
- Identify a need in your rural NSW community
- Partner with a local community organisation
- Create a project plan for your initiative
What types of projects are eligible? The RASF will consider ideas that deliver strong community benefits and result in enhanced economic and social outcomes. Projects that involve collaboration between people in your town and deliver sustained and broad community benefit will be highly regarded. Applicants will be passionate about rural and regional NSW, well-connected with other local leaders and have a good understanding of the issues affecting their community.
Infrastructure for local showgrounds and Show Societies are eligible. The improvements must demonstrate that they go beyond benefiting just the local Show Society in running the local Show, but rather something that enables broader use by other community groups to run on-going projects or programs
Limitations: To be eligible applicants must be:
- 35 years or under
- Passionate about rural and regional issuesA resident of the rural NSW community the project will benefit.
Application methods: Online
SmartyGrantsApply Using SmartyGrants: https://rasf.smartygrants.com.au/CFG2016