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 Community Contribution Fund

The City of Belmont Community Contribution Fund has been established to provide limited financial support to organisations and groups within the City of Belmont to further community projects and initiatives. 

Incorporated not for profit organisations or groups under the auspice of an incorporated group can apply for funding up to $5,000 (conditions apply). 

Please review the Community Contribution Fund Guidelines and Application forms for Round 2 below prior to the workshops.

Contribution Fund Guidelines - Round 2

Contribution Fund Application Form - Round 2

Community Contribution Fund Rounds

There will be two rounds of the Community Contribution Fund open during the financial year:

  • Round 1 - 1 to 30 August 2019 (Closed)
  • Round 2 - 1 to 28 February 2020.

Applications will close at 5pm on the last day of each round i.e. 30 August 2019 and 28 February 2020.

Community Contribution Fund Workshop

The City's Coordinator Community Development will be facilitating Community Contribution Fund (CCF) Workshops which will provide assistance with any queries regarding CCF applications. Please see below for the details of the workshops:

​Date Time​ Venue​ Address​
Friday, 7 February 2020​ ​10am-12pm City of Belmont Civic Centre​ 215 Wright Street, Cloverdale WA 6105​
​Wednesday, 12 February 2020 5:30pm - 7pm​ City of Belmont Civic Centre​ ​215 Wright Street, Cloverdale WA 6105

 To register for any of these sessions click here. If the offered day or time is not suitable, please call us and we will look at another option where possible.

Community Contribution Fund Recipients

Successful grant recipients of the 2019/2020 Community Contribution Fund program Round 1 are listed below.

​Organisation Name Project​ Grant Awarded​
​Belmont City Bowling Club ​Purchase of equipment to support lawn bowling program for children and adults with disability.
Belmont Saints Squash Club​ Purchase of equipment to encourage participation of young people through school promotion program and to be able to accommodate membership growth.​ $1,893.00​
Belmont Toy Library​ Support for delivery of a Christmas event for existing and new members of the Belmont Toy Library.​ $543.40​
​Carlisle Primary School Parents & Citizens Association Support for the community event held to celebrate school's Centenary.​ $1,995.00​
Lions Cancer Institute Inc​ Support for the Children's Christmas Big Day Out.​ $3,000.00​
Multicultural Community Council WA​ Purchase of equipment and provision of volunteer professional development session to support a homework mentoring program for primary school aged children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse background.​ $4,​751.82
​School for Parents Association In Support for holiday program for children with high needs of disability.
United in Diversity​ Support for Wellbeing Seminar for Women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse background.​ $3,305.00​
​Total Provided in Round 1: ​$21,080.22


Contact Us


For further information please contact the City’s Coordinator Community Development on 9477 7442 or email