Successful grant applicants will be required to carry out a number of online actions within specified timelines.
Sign a grant agreement
The applicant is signing on behalf of the group/organisation. By doing so, it is agreeing that the application and the conditions associated with the grant being awarded are met. Any proposed changes must be discussed with a Council officer.
Submit a tax invoice
In line with the template provided (please note that there is no GST associated with the grant).
Submit an acquittal form
At the completion of the agreed proposal, a completed acquittal form must be submitted.
- To successfully acquit your grant, you will submit receipts and or final report accounting for your expenditure.
- Receipts must list items purchased, detailing the cost per item, and the total cost. All receipts should reflect the expenditure approved and align with the grant budget or letter of offer.
- Invoices and bank transfer statements cannot be accepted as proof of purchase.
- Where the applicant delivers a project or activity, a report on the delivery, outcome and community benefit together with a final budget is to be included as part of the acquittal.
- Failure to acquit the grant satisfactorily will be considered a breach.
- A breach may result in requests for grant funds to be returned to Council and exclude the group from future grant rounds.