We want to give you a quick update regarding the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and what that means for the SUEZ Community Grants Program.
As per our terms and conditions, grant winners must have commenced their nominated projects within 6 months of receiving funding.
However, we are living in an unprecedented and challenging time and recognise that there are many competing priorities every organisation must balance right now.
Therefore, we have decided to provide an extension to all our grant winners if they have not had the chance to begin their projects due to these extenuating circumstances.
We will continue to monitor the situation and update you as our grant winners progress over the rest of the year.
We want to say thank you for all the continued support we receive for the Community Grants Program and wish you all safety and prosperity during this time.
To learn more about how we are managing and responding to the outbreak please head to our FAQ page for more information.
Changing the world isn't easy. It takes a whole lot of commitment, time and effort and the money to bring your dream of a better future for your community to life. At SUEZ, we're committed to investing in the local communities in which we operate and serve. The purpose of the SUEZ Community Grants Program is to identify local initiatives that will actively contribute to the sustainable well-being of Australian communities, either socially or environmentally, for the benefit of current residents and generations to come. Individual grants of up to $15,000 each are up for grabs. If you need a hand to making a real difference in your community and local environment, we encourage you to apply.
Each year we receive a high volume of applications across a wide range of project types, and every application is assessed on its individual merits against all areas of the eligibility criteria.
Please find below all you need to know before applying for SUEZ Community Grants 2019:
Location: Grants are available for projects located within the vicinity of a SUEZ Facility. Please check out our location map for more information.
Sustainability Development Goals: Demonstrate contribution to one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For more details, download the SDGs information pack.
Registered: Your organisation must be a registered charity, community organisation or community group with a current ABN. If you don’t have an ABN, you must provide the details of an auspice organisation.
Terms and conditions: You must read and agreed to the SUEZ Community Grants T&Cs.
We strongly recommend that you read the application guide in full before starting your application. Download the application guide.
Applications are online and paperless as part of our sustainability commitment. We have made the application process as simple as possible.You will have to create an account and submit your application form using the SmartyGrants platform by 20 September (5pm AEST) 2019 (please allow for time differences between states and territories)
During the 4-week application period, you will have the option to save your application at any time and come back later.
We’ve compiled answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the SUEZ Community Grants program to make it easy for you to find out all you need to know. Below are some questions. Download here the full FAQS. If you don't find your answer, please email us at Community.firstname.lastname@example.org
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No, you don’t. However, to be eligible to receive a grant, your organisation, school or project must be located within an area where SUEZ delivers services or operates one of our sites of facilities.
Applications close at 5pm AEST on 20th September 2019 and we are aiming to notify all applicants of the outcome of their submission by mid October 2019. Please be sure to check time differences between states and territories in advance of the submission deadline to avoid disappointment. Download here the full FAQs
Congratulations to our successful 2014-2018 recipients. They all share common goals to drive positive, sustainable change for society and the environment. From energy and water saving initiatives to recycling, reuse and composting projects, play and social spaces, gardens, and helping people & animals in need, read about their amazing stories.
A $2000 grant from waste and water management company SUEZ.
Wildcare Australia built a mobile 'soft release' aviary with its $3,830 SUEZ Community Grant.
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