COVID-19

The City of Rockingham COVID-19 Local Recovery Coordination Group is continuing to support the implementation of the State Government's COVID-19 WA Recovery Plan. Visit Rockingham Recovery for information, support and resources.

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Rockingham Recovery: Sporting and community groups

Community voluneers

The City of Rockingham COVID-19 Local Recovery Coordination Group (LRCG) is continuing to support the implementation of the State Government's COVID-19 WA Recovery Plan.

Opportunities are available to assist local sporting and community groups deliver their programs and services.

Lotterywest COVID Relief Fund

The State Government, through Lotterywest, has allocated all profits of the lottery (up to $159 million) directly into the newly created COVID-19 Relief Fund. Your group may be eligible to access a grant for programs that assist individuals experiencing hardship; communities wanting to reconnect; and organisations to become stronger for the future.

City of Rockingham Emergency Relief Fund

As part of our Community Grants Program, we offer General Grants to incorporated not-for-profit organisations and associations, including those limited by guarantee (e.g. community groups and clubs), to assist with the delivery of programs that benefit the Rockingham community. General Grant requests have been increased from $3000 to $15,000 for the Emergency Relief Fund. This grant is only for eligible entities providing services/provisions or assistance to those affected by the impacts of COVID-19. 

Arts funding

Western Australian artists may be eligible to receive funding as part of the WA Recovery Plan. Find out more about funding opportunities.

Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF)

Applications for Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund's (CSRFF) Annual and Forward Planning grants of up to $2 million are now open and close on Friday, September 11, 2020. They have been fast-tracked as part of the WA Recovery Plan to enable local groups to complete projects sooner.

The grants allow local not-for-profit sport, recreation or community groups to develop basic, sustainable infrastructure to increase participation in sport and recreation, while supporting the economy and creating jobs.

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