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2018 Community Grants Program

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The Hoppers Crossing Apex Club will again be offering individual grants of up to $1,500 to assist organisations located within the City of Wyndham to complete a worthwhile project or asset purchase for 2018. The total amount of funds available in this grant program is $5,000 with applications opening on the 1st of December 2017 and close on the 31st of January 2018. Although the maximum amount which can be applied for in any single grant is $1,500, there is no minimum grant amount.

The grant application could also consist of a request to the Hoppers Crossing Apex Club to contribute physical assistance towards the completion of a project. This may or may not include a need for a monetary contribution. The project or asset purchase must be completed by the 30th of June 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by the 1st of March 2018.

The Hoppers Crossing Apex Club Community Grants Program is only possible as a direct result of the community support received for thier annual Christmas Tree sales. All profits for the Christmas Tree sales and recycling project is poured back into the community - through the community grants program and also supporting important causes such as research to find a cure for MND. You can find more information in relation to our Christmas Tree project by visiting our new website:- apexchristmastrees.com.au.

Any questions relating to the grant program can be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   attention to: Hoppers Crossing Apex Club 2018 Community Grants Program.

An application form and Community Grants Program guideleines can be downloaded below.

Last years grants program was hugely successful with several very worthy causes receiving both funds and service hours. The Jamieson Way Community Centre received funding and Apex Club service hours support to construct a number garden beds in their yard to assist in teaching the community about growing healthy vegetable crops. The Point Cook Action Group were also recipients of funding and service hour support to paint a mural on freeway sound barrier. Both were excellent community projects which benefited from funding and assistance provided by Apex members. Funds raised within the local community supporting local community projects!



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