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Applications for a City of Ballarat Community
Impact Grant are now open year round.
Applications are accepted from not for profit
community organisations, groups and associations
to provide grant funding for projects, events,
exhibitions and performances which contribute to a
vibrant community in the City of Ballarat.
The Community Impact Committee assesses
applications every month ensuring that grant money
is distributed in the community throughout the year.
This grant program encourages organisations to
build community relations, create connections
and improve health and wellbeing opportunities in
For information about Community Impact
Grants and applications, call the City of Ballarat
Community Development team at 5320 5746 or
Want to make an impact?
Does your community organisation have a great project that needs some funding?
Are you planning a community event but don't have the money to get it off the ground?
BLOC Music Theatre
Performance of Narnia
Ballarat Regional Tennis Centre
Tennis court seating
Ballarat Hospice Care
Celebration of Remembrance
Alexandra Croquet Club
Croquet -- Come and Try Day
H.O.L.A -- Home of Latin Association Launch of H.O.L.A
Brown Hill Progress Association
Removable non-slip pool steps
Central Highlands Agribusiness
2012 Central Highlands Bioenergy Expo
Conservation Volunteers Australia Rediscovery of Kenny - Avenue of Honour
Wendouree West Exodus Community Exodus Community Family Camp
Leadership Ballarat & Western
School Leaders Forum
Sweet Mona's Choir
Sweet Mona's Choir & Friends CD recording
Buninyong & Mount Helen Lions
Carols in the Park
Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society Cover/safety barriers for fish growing races
Ballarat Vocal Arts Association Inc Live Your Dream Senior Star Quest
Life Members of Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant Kindergarten 50 years
celebration and history project
The Salvation Army (VIC) Property
Trust -- Karinya Ballarat
LARF Mentor Training -- Youth mental health
first aid course
Lead On's Take Back the Streets project team: Back row
(left to right): Karen McCraw (CEO Karden Disability) with
participants Cody Webb, Alysha Creek, Robbert Solly,
Toby Egan and Emily Macdonald (Lead On Ballarat Project
Officer). Front row (left to right): Anne Chiball (participant),
Linda Franklin (artist) and Tim Sedgwick (participant)
Customer Service Telephone: 5320 5500
Customer Service Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer Service Fax: 5333 4061
National Relay Service Telephone: 133 677
(Quote 03 5320 5500)
Front Cover: Anna Power,
with the help of her children
Charlotte and Bede, cleans
up for the fire season.
The Phoenix Building,
25 Armstrong Street South, Ballarat
(behind the Town Hall, cnr Sturt and Armstrong Streets)
City of Ballarat, PO Box 655,Ballarat VIC 3353, Australia
Take Back the Streets
A City of Ballarat Community Impact Grant
helped make the Take Back the Streets youth
art project a success.
Take Back the Streets provides opportunities
for youth from diverse backgrounds to be
mentored by experienced artists to create new
The program aims to engage and up skill youth
while reviving graffiti hotspots in Ballarat and
preventing future graffiti and tagging at these
sites. It has engaged a wide variety of young
people and enabled them to develop new skills
and contribute to their community in a positive way.
Lead On Ballarat received a Community Impact
Grant to assist with running workshops and
purchasing supplies for its art projects. Some
of the projects benefiting from the grant
include bus shelters in Sebastopol, walls of the
Uniting Care op shop in Wendouree, the Junior
Red Devils Soccer Club in Redan and Karden
Disability Support Foundation in Ballarat CBD.
Take Back the Streets is funded by BGT Youth
Connections and run by Lead On Ballarat.
Lead On Ballarat provides opportunities for
youth to develop real life skills and community
Want to know more about Lead On?
Visit www.leadonballarat.com.au, email
email@example.com, or call 5332 3896.
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