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Melbourne Communities Environment Program Grants 2019
Expression of interest form
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Please describe the project or idea that you are seeking funding for.
Up to 200 words. Eligible activities include citizen science activities, activities that encourage people to protect and collect information about their local environment, revegetation, habitat support for species, managing invasive weeds, fencing, managing erosion, reducing sediment or contaminents, reducing impact of waste and litter, encouraging re-use and recycling, improvement of carbon sequestration, activities that build community knowledge about the local environment and more.
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How will this project benefit the environment in Melbourne?
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What do you expect this project will cost in total?
Must be a minimum of $2,500.
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How much money are you seeking through the Communities Environment grants program?
Grants of between $2,500 and $20,000 are available. (The grant can cover up to 100% of your total project cost.)
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Have you sought permission from any relevant partner organisations or local council?
You may need to confirm that you have full permission for your project as part of your application.
Does your project meet the eligibility criteria for the Communities Environment Program?
Does your project involve the development of private or commercial ventures?
Only projects that do not involve the development of private or commercial ventures are eligible. If unsure, please contact Adam Bandt's office.
Is your project scheduled for completion on or before 31 December 2020?
Only projects scheduled for completion by 31 December 2020 are eligible for this round of the Communities Environment Program.
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