Working smarter together
Providing a funding platform for community groups and
Albury Wodonga Connected Communities do?
In partnership with the Bendigo Bank, AWCC distributes grants to a variety of members in our community to benefit the broader community as a whole.
Where do the funds go?
AWCC has its own board of directors, made up of local community representatives who make the decisions on how the money is allocated.
AWCC holds two Grant applications per year, with Grants evaluated by the AWCC grants sub-committee against specific criteria. Approved Grants are awarded to local organisations.
November 2018 Grants Night
Four grants, were awarded at our third official Grants Night in November 2018.
$21,465 of grants given away
A significant difference
Recent Grant recipients, Albury Wodonga Regional Foodshare, receiving their 15,000 grant.
>$55,000 given away since 2017
Grant Applications are now closed until 1 August 2019.
Find out more about Albury Wodonga Connected Communities Grants here
Past Grant Recipients
A record number of applications have been received for the first round of Albury Wodonga Connected Communities 2019 Grant Applications. Twenty applications were received from various local community groups and organisations. The applying organisations came from the...
Our esteemed Chair, David Clark, was recently interviewed by Kylie and Kev on 2AY about Albury Wodonga Connected Communities and the Grants we have been able to provide to the local community. Check out what he had to say here.
Funding opportunity for local organisations Funding opporunities for local organisations are available as Albury Wodonga Connected Communities announced the first round of grant applications open for 2019. Twice per year Albury Wodonga Connected Communities provides...