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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, in partnership with the Motor Accident Commission, is offering grants for groups and organisations to deliver small scale projects that support safer, greener and more active travel choices. Projects can focus on improving road safety, getting people cycling, walking or catching public transport, replacing car journeys with technology, doing things locally, or using the car smarter.
To assist applicants in developing and implementing quality projects, we are delivering information sessions to potential grant applicants . The information sessions will cover topics such as project eligibility, assessment, measures and reporting. You will have an opportunity to discuss your project ideas with our experienced staff.
The information sessions will be held at the following locations:
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Ground Floor, 77 Grenfell St, ADELAIDE
Tuesday 19 February 2013, 7:00 - 8:00PM
Commodore on the Park
1 Jubilee Hwy East, MOUNT GAMBIER
Wednesday 20 February, 7:00 - 8:00PM
Light refreshments will be provided.
To book into one of these sessions please email DPTI.CommunityGrants@sa.gov.au by Thursday 14 February 2013. If you have any further questions regarding these sessions please ring 8402 1913.
It is suggested that you read the information provided on this website prior to commencing your application.
If you have any questions please contact us via email DPTI.CommunityGrants@sa.gov.au or telephone 8402 1913.
Applications are currently closed – next round of Community Grants will be open around August 2013.
Applications for Community Grants must be submitted online during a single online session.
A PDF version [here] of the electronic form is available to assist in your preparation.
Hard copy applications will not be accepted.
An organisation with an ABN must submit the application.
A second authorised person with appropriate delegations for your organisation must approve the application. This authorised person must identify their position and supply a valid email address.
|Saturday 2 February 2013
||Community Grants applications opened|
|Friday 15 March 2013||Applications close|
|Friday 26 April 2013||Applicants advised of outcomes|
|Friday 24 May 2013||Estimated project start date|
|Friday 19 December 2014||Closing Report due|
The following criteria will be used to assess all applications
A closing report is required upon completion of your project. Project success will need to be measured and reported focusing on the behaviour which your project aimed to influence
This could include some or one of the following:
You will be provided with a reporting proforma to use. The latest date this report will be accepted is Friday 19 December 2014.
Please refer to the Measuring Success Fact Sheet for suggestions in how to demonstrate the success of your project.
Approval must be sought from DPTI before producing any materials such as, posters, websites, social media, advertisements, fliers, etc. associated with the project. You will be supplied with text and/or logos to appropriately acknowledge the Government funding body at this time.
|2013 Community Grants Application Form|
|2012 Measuring Success Fact Sheet|
|Travel Behaviour Change Techniques Fact Sheet|
|Community Grants October 2012 – Successful Applicants|
|Community Grants 2012 (Round 1) – Successful Applicants|
|TravelSMART Grants 2011 - Successful Applicants|
|TravelSMART Grants 2010 - Results|
|TravelSMART Grants 2009 - Results|
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