Gosford City Council has a diverse range of grant and sponsorship programs to assist in local initiatives to improve the quality of life and well being of people who live, study, visit and work in Gosford.
View the 2016 Grant Program Successful Applicants.
Youth Week celebrates young people and their contribution to their local communities. It is now the largest annual youth participation event in Australia.
The Stronger Communities Fund has been established by the NSW Government to kick-start the delivery of projects which improve community infrastructure and services.
This program provides sponsorship to organisations for events and initiatives that provide social, environmental, economic and tourism advantages for the Gosford LGA.
This program provides funding to eligible community organisations to support them to improve the quality of life of people who live, study, visit and work in Gosford.
The Community Facility Support Program aims to improve access to community facilities by assisting with costs towards the maintenance, repair or improvement to community buildings.
Council encourages participation in sport by providing opportunities for families who would normally be hindered by socio-economic status to commit to a long term membership in a team.
Gosford City Council Aboriginal Grants Program provides funding to eligible organisations to assist and partner with them in supporting projects and activities in the local Aboriginal community.
Financial support to promote understanding and foster relationships between organisations in the Gosford City and our sister cities.
The Heritage Grants Program aims to encourage the retention, conservation and promotion of the material and social heritage.
Gosford City Council’s Recreation Assistance Program provides funding to assist clubs that provide sport, recreation and leisure opportunities.
This program provides funding to individual community members and small groups who have a great idea to improve their neighbourhood.
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