Single-Year Community Grant

​​​Expressions of interest for new allocation committee

​Expressions of interest for new allocation committee members open 1 October 2018 and closes on 31 October 2018.

Appointment of members to the Allocation Committee:

  1. The Single Year Community Grants Allocation Committee is made up of a minimum of 5 community representatives and two elected Council members.  

  2. The community representatives are nominated through a public expression of interest process and are selected by the General Manager of Community Group within Council.

  3. Once appointed, community members remain on the Allocation Committee for a term of three years. 

  4. The Allocation Committee assess all Single Year Community Grant applications, then meet to decide how grant funds will be allocated. 

  5. Allocation Committee members are voluntary with an expected time commitment per year of 2 hours training, 10 hours for assessing plus 2 full days for the allocation meeting.

​For more information please contact HCC Funding Advisor Sandra Larsen, phone 838 6630 or email Sandra.Larsen@hcc.govt.nz      ​

Want to be an allocation committee member? Click here to access the expression of interest form

Single​-Year Community Grant Applications have closed

​​Criteria

Hamilton City Council Single-year Grant supports not-for-profit community organisations that support small community led projects that are aligned with Council plans and strategies and contribute to the social wellbeing of the city by delivering community wide services.  

The word 'community' is used in its broadest sense: it signals that our single-year grants programme will support the social, cultural, arts and environmental wellbeing of Hamilton people and neighbourhoods.

Funding consideration will be given to community organisations which:

  • Encourage and support community-led initiatives
  • Strengthen participation across diverse communities
  • Inspire communities to take pride and ownership in Hamilton

Single-year Grants will fund organisations for:

  • Operating and administrative costs
  • Equipment and resources that support the project or organisation
  • Programme development and implementation​​

The Single-year Grant is an annual contestable fund of at least $292,000.  The fund opens in February of each year for events and projects taking place within the next financial year starting 1 July.​

View the 2018​​ recipients here​​​​​

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