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Community Green Buildings Grant

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The City of Charles Sturt, with funding assistance from the Australian Government, has implemented a number of energy saving initiatives at the Civic Centre Complex (Woodville) through the Kill Bills Project. Savings from the Kills Bills project will be reinvested back into the community through establishment of the Community Green Buildings Grant. These grants aim to help not-for-profit sporting clubs and groups reduce their energy bills and costs.

Are you a not-for-profit, incorporated sporting club or community group, leasing a Council-owned building?

APPLY NOW!

The City of Charles Sturt’s Community Green Buildings Grants aim to help you to reduce energy bills and costs.

Enter your details below to download the Guidelines and Application Form. 

Year 3 (final round) 2018/19

Application period – October to March 2018
Grants awarded 2018/19 financial year (approx.. July 2018).
Projects to be completed and grants acquitted by 30 June 2019.

Year 2 2017/18

Congratulations to the following successful recipients:

  • Henley Football Club
  • The Lakes Sports and Community Club
  • Woodville District Table Tennis Club
  • Woodville West Torrens Football Club

Projects are to be completed and grants acquitted by 30 June 2018.

Year 1 2016/17

Congratulations to the following successful recipients:

  • St Margaret’s Kindergarten
  • Woodville Bowling Club
  • Woodville District Baseball Club
  • Woodville Rechabite Cricket Club
  • Woodville South Sports and Community Club 

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