Applications for grants for the 2013 Dr Edward Hall Environment Grants will open on Monday 25 March and close on Friday 3 May. Start thinking about making an application now!
Do you care about where and how you live? Would you like to make a difference? Do you want to do something about energy efficiency, air quality, water quality, climate change, urban sustainability or the biodiversity of our open spaces?
Well now you can!
The Dr Edward Hall Environment Grants of between $500 and $5,000 are not only for environmental activities such as tree planting and weed removal but also for urban sustainability initiatives. These could be projects such as improving household energy efficiency, improving local air and water quality, sharing information and developing actions around climate change, sustainable transport and development, establishing community food gardens, information sessions or community events. Check out some of the successful projects the Council has funded here.
Environment Grants Program
This Grants program provides financial assistance for schools, community groups
and businesses to develop projects or events or specific elements of ongoing programs that increase and enhance the environmental and sustainability values of our built and natural environments.
The 2013 Dr Edward Hall Environment Grants has total funds of $30,000 available for grants between $500 and $5,000.
The grants are open to all schools, community groups and businesses operating in the Hobart municipal area only.
Applications for grants for the 2013 Dr Edward Hall Environment Grants open Monday 25 March and close on Friday 3 May.
For further information please contact:
The Executive Officer, Development and Environmental Services Division
Phone: (03) 6238 2854
Fax: (03) 6224 4344