Sponsorship

Applications for the 2020 Community Wellbeing Grants have now closed.

  st john of god midland private hospital community wellbeing grants

Our Community Wellbeing Grants program aims to support local groups who do amazing work to improve the wellbeing of the community.

Grant amounts between $500 and $2,500 are available to not-for-profit groups serving the community in our catchment area.

To be eligible for funding, organisations will need to demonstrate how a project will contribute to the mental and/or physical wellbeing of our community, especially for:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,
  • Youth or
  • people living with a disability and their carers. 

Projects (including an event, a program or service) must demonstrate how they meet an identified need of the community or how they build skills or knowledge within the community in relation to the aims listed above. 

All applications are assessed against eligibility criteria and evaluated on their community impact.

Organisations can only apply for one grant in a single round of funding.

More about eligibility

We support a range of not-for-profit organisations based in the communities served by hospital, including:

  • City of Swan
  • Town of Bassendean
  • Shires of Mundaring
  • Kalamunda
  • Chittering
  • Northam
  • Toodyay
  • York

The following types of funding are outside the scope of the grants:

  • Any activity which does not occur in City of Swan, Mundaring, Kalamunda, Bassendean, Northam, Toodyay and York and is not of direct benefit to these communities.
  • Funding greater than $2,500
  • Grants to schools or councils, except for outreach programs (please contact us to discuss prior to submitting an application)
  • Assistance for individuals, including medical and study costs
  • Travel and tours
  • Research funding
  • Assistance with purchase of vehicles, land or buildings
  • Major capital projects, such as building refurbishments
  • Retrospective costs
  • Everyday operating expenses
  • religious, political or lobby purposes
  • Fundraising projects

Conditions of funding 

If you receive a grant, we may ask you to take part in some publicity, most likely when the funding has been used to purchase services or equipment.

At that time, we will release the name of your organisation. Please note we will not release the names of individuals without their permission, in line with our privacy policy.

Successful organisations need to provide feedback to show the grant has been spent appropriately. This evidence can be provided in many ways, which will be discussed in more detail if your application is successful, but might include a report, copies of receipts or photographs.

As part of your application, we will ask you to accept our full Terms of Grant.

How to apply

Grant applications are now closed for 2020.

Information will be updated in mid 2021 on how to apply for the 2021 grant program.

Application assessment

A panel of judges from departments across our hospital assess each application against set criteria. The panel considers the aims of the project, the number of people who will benefit and the wider community benefits.

View the judging criteria.

For 2020 applications, grant offers will be made by 16 November 2020 for those that submitted applications.

Find out more

If you would like further information, please contact:
Tel: (08) 9462 4000
Email: marketing.midland@sjog.org.au

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