Grants categories

Crime Prevention

In the Crime Prevention category, grants are provided to organisations that seek to improve safety and security in local communities.

Examples of such projects may include:
  • Projects that reduce the opportunity for crime, in particular those which aim to reduce the incidence of break-ins or theft from homes, motor vehicles or of personal property. 
  • Educational initiatives which aim to make people less vulnerable to crime in their home or local communities
  • Early intervention programs that target people at risk of becoming criminal offenders. 
Watch the video above to hear from one of our successful Crime Prevention recipients.
  • Weave Family Youth and Community - Kool Kids Club Indigenous Surfing Project.

Crime Prevention

In the Crime Prevention category, grants are provided to organisations that seek to improve safety and security in local communities.

Examples of such projects may include:
  • Projects that reduce the opportunity for crime, in particular those which aim to reduce the incidence of break-ins or theft from homes, motor vehicles or of personal property. 
  • Educational initiatives which aim to make people less vulnerable to crime in their home or local communities
  • Early intervention programs that target people at risk of becoming criminal offenders. 
Watch the video above to hear from one of our successful Crime Prevention recipients - the Weave Family Youth and Community's Kool Kids Club Indigenous Surfing Project.

Road Safety

In the Road Safety category, grants are provided to organisations that seek to change behaviours and attitudes of drivers, pedestrians and other road users to reduce the likelihood and severity of road incidents.

Examples of such projects may include:
  • Evidence based education projects that contribute to changing driver behaviour in ‘at-risk’ groups
  • Initiatives that increase awareness of road safety among specific groups of road users.
Watch the video above to hear from one of our successful Road Safety recipients - the Solutions Adult Learning Centre's Moving Forward Safely Project.

Emergency Readiness & Response

In the Emergency Readiness & Response category, grants are provided to organisations that seek to educate local community members on how to prepare and take action to minimise and/or prevent the likelihood and severity of incidents in and around the home or local community during storms, floods, fires and other natural disasters.

Examples of such projects may include:
  • Community education programs which aim to reduce or prevent damage to property and people. 
  • Projects that focus on emergency response and/or recovery activities will also be considered.
Watch the video to hear from one of our successful Emergency Readiness & Response recipients - Chittering Gingin St John Ambulance Sub-Centre.
 

Environment

In the Environment category, grants are provided to organisations that directly engage communities in on-ground activities that address local environmental issues and raise awareness about ways they can reduce their carbon emissions.

Examples of such projects may include:
  • Initiatives that preserve or regenerate significant natural assets 
  • Energy, waste and water reduction projects
Watch the video below to hear from one of our successful Environment recipients - the Marine Discovery Centre's Feral or in Peril Project.