If you are interested in applying for a grant for environmental work on a City reserve, contact the Environmental team to discuss your project on (08) 9257 9806 or 9257 9854
Many Friends Groups and other small community groups seek additional funding through community grants. The list below is not a comprehensive grant guide as grant opportunities are dynamic and often reflect changes in government and subsequent policy.
Grants will require endorsement from the City of Kalamunda for any projects on City managed land. The City may also be able to manage grant funds for Friends Groups, if the group is not incorporated. The City could potential be a project
partner and provide some in kind support to your project or assist you in preparing a successful application.
Some funding opportunities are listed include:
The Swan River Trust & Alcoa Landcare Program (SALP) funds small NRM projects less than $50,000. This grant is ideal for Friends Groups and may be in partnership
with the City of Kalamunda needing help with on ground works. This grant can fund the purchase of seedlings and contractors to assist with weed control. Applications generally open late February with SALP recipients completing and returning the SALP
reporting template prior to the end of March the following year.
Guidelines and applications for community groups to apply for SALP grants are available on the Perth NRM website.
Name: Melinda McAndrew (SALP Manager)Telephone: (08) 9374 3333Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The State Natural Resource Management (NRM) Program is a Western Australian Government initiative providing funding to protect Western Australia's (WA) environment and natural resources.
Community groups can apply for grants between $10,000 and $50,000 for activities that help conserve, restore, rehabilitate or enhance a local natural area or conserve biodiversity.
Grants are available for on-ground works, as well as planning, training, and resource assessment activities.
Schools, industry groups, not-for-profit organisations, local governments and environment action groups in regional and metropolitan areas of WA can apply.
Visit the State NRM Office website for more information.
Lotterywest, through their Protected Sustainable Ecosystems Grants, support community projects that sustain and enhance our unique species and environments.
Visit the State Lotterywest website for more information.
For more information regarding grants and related resources please view the following websites:
Government of WA - Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Grant Directory
Some organisations and consultancies produce comprehensive Grants Guides for purchase:
Other Useful Resources and Contacts for Specific Grants:
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.