The aim of the Social Enterprise Grant is to provide seed funding to community organisations who seek to earn an income for the sole purpose of generating an income for reinvestment into the community. Social Enterprises can be charitable businesses, trusts or incorporated societies, who generate income for reinvestment in community good rather than creating profit for shareholders and owners.
Who can apply: Charitable entities
Funding length: Up to five years
Application process: Please contact our Community Partnerships Team to discuss
KPIs required: Yes
Funding contract: Yes
Payment type: To group on invoice
Reporting: Completion report against KPIs
In addition to the general eligibility criteria, applications will be considered and assessed in relation to range of criteria, such trade to achieve a social mission, viable business case, economic return on investment, governance and management capability, and impact against community outcomes and Council priorities.