Community Grants Program
We are building better communities.
Roy Hill’s Community Grants Program allows eligible parties to submit applications for funding up to $10,000 to deliver community activations and outreach activities.
We are proud to be actively involved with the local communities where we operate, consulting and collaborating to build a better future.
We encourage all groups to consider the below eligibility before beginning the application process. Applications that do not meet the criteria below will not be considered for the program.
To be eligible for consideration, non-profit, sporting and recreation, and community organisation applicants must:
- Work within or provide services to communities within Roy Hill’s operational footprint:
- Town of Port Hedland
- Shire of East Pilbara
- Be incorporated or auspiced via another incorporated body
Roy Hill will consider funding for initiatives that address one or more of the following:
- Engagement and development opportunities for children and youth
- Education and training
- Improving quality of life
- Encouraging healthy living
- Indigenous capacity building
- Improving community health, well-being or safety
Individuals, sole traders and companies are not eligible to apply for funding.
Roy Hill’s Community Grants Program will run three application per year.
During these periods, application forms must be submitted in full to be eligible for consideration as part of the program.
Applications will be thoroughly reviewed, judged on merit and alignment to eligibility criteria on a tri-annual basis.
Applications open: 1 January till 28 February
Review complete: 31 March
Applications open: 1 May till 30 June
Review complete: 31 July
Applications open: 1 September till 31 October
Review complete: 30 November
Roy Hill will notify applicants in writing within ten working days of the decision date.
All decisions of funding are final, and not available to be appealed.
For any queries on Roy Hill’s Community Grant Program, please email email@example.com.
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