How to apply for funding



Applications for the 2015 ETC Community Support Fund are now closed.

This year, the ETC Community Support Fund will be providing up to $200,000 in community grants under two funding categories:

  • Up to $5,000 for small projects
  • Over $5,000 and up to $15,000 for larger projects

To apply for funding, please:

  1. Read through the ETC Community Support Fund Guidelines, which include details of eligibility and assessment criteria. Funding is competitive, and these criteria are used to select the best projects.
  2. Read through the Draft Agreement which details the terms and conditions of funding approval.
  3. Download and complete the ETC Community Support Fund Application Form. All questions must be answered.
  4.  Email the application form including any supporting material to community.support@etcltd.com.au

Please note: All applications must be received by 5pm on 20 September 2015 including those delivered by mail. Late applications will not be accepted. ETC accepts no responsibility for applications that are emailed or mailed to any other ETC address other than the email and address specified on the application form. Successful recipients and organisations which have received funding from the ETC Community Support Fund may apply again 2 years after their original application.

Downloads:

ETC Community Support Fund Guidelines

Draft Agreement

ETC Community Support Fund Application Form

 




What we do


Enterprise & Training Company (ETC) enjoys giving back to the communities where we operate. We do this through the ETC Community Support Fund.

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Who we support


The ETC Community Support Fund is designed to help organisations reduce disadvantage, generate opportunity, increase support services and/or build capacity in the communities in which we operate.

Previous Recipients
Apply for funding

Applications for the 2015 ETC Community Support Fund are now closed. ETC received 105 applications for funding during the recent round with a total value of money requested just over $1 million. 23 grants were successful in this period.




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