Activities with a focus on culture and arts and sport and active recreation are encouraged.
Culture and arts activities must involve a professional artist or arts practitioner working with the community to design and deliver the activity.
Sport and active recreation activities must involve the community participating in a primary activity requiring physical exertion and/or physical skill.
Applications deadline 4:00pm Monday 19 October 2020
- Not-for-profit organisations based in Western Australia
- Associations operating under the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 based in Western Australia.
Unincorporated not-for-profit associations and community groups based in Western Australia may apply under the auspices of an eligible organisation or a local government authority able to accept legal and financial responsibility for the applicant’s
project. Please see the
Auspice Guidelines on the Harmony Week page.
Organisations and associations working with children and young people must be committed to creating a safe environment. This includes complying with the Working with Children Act 2004.
To be eligible for funding, organisations are required to commit to continuous improvement in the area of child safeguarding aligned to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations†. The organisation may be required to complete the Child
Safeguarding Self-Assessment as provided by the department. Further information about child safeguarding.
Refer to the guidelines for more information before applying.
Harmony Week grant application form