This email is to advise you that round 4 of the Community Road Safety Grants program are now open, and will close on Sun 10 June 2018.
The Community Road Safety Grants program provides funding to NSW community based groups to undertake projects to address specific road issues in the local community. Two categories of grants are available:
• smaller projects, with up to $5,000 available for each idea, and
• more substantial projects, worth up to $30,000.
Transport for NSW is very keen to target and encourage Aboriginal communities to apply.
Please note that there are strict eligibility criteria, so community groups should read the Grants Guidelines on our website before starting any application. In particular, you must be a community based organisation in NSW to apply, and your project must have a clear road safety outcome.
Please see the below link to assist with the guidelines.
Please keep an eye on CRS’s Community Road Safety Grants webpage (press <control> and F5 to refresh your browser if it looks out-of-date) for all the up-to-date information, and refer all potential grantees to this webpage. You can also download a copy of the application from the website. In the meantime, please notify any of your stakeholders and community members as you see fit.
The Community Road Safety Grants team is ready and waiting to help any potential applicants through the process, especially with their queries relating to eligibility. Any grants queries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8265 7372. Donna Gudgeon, Aboriginal Partnerships Officer, on (02) 8265 7372, or Ron Timbery, Senior Aboriginal Partnerships Officer, on (02) 8265-7947, who are available to assist you.
We look forward to seeing some excellent applications.
The Community Road Safety Grants team