The Waverley Council Small Grants Program brings ideas to life


Waverley Council is awarding $43,938 in small grants to 14 individuals and organizations to help make Waverley an even better place for the community.

The last Small Grants Program the funding will be used to carry out a range of exciting local projects, including community gardens, dance for people with Parkinson’s disease and support services for Jewish LGBTQI+ youth.

The Mayor of Waverley, Paula Masselos, said the Council’s small grants program is one of the ways the Council celebrates initiatives in its community, including greenfield projects and projects that support identified groups in the community, including people with disabilities, children and families, young people and the elderly.

“Waverley Council is committed to helping our individuals and organizations make a difference in the lives of our residents and visitors through meaningful projects,” said Mayor Masselos.

WAYS Youth and Family were among the successful applicants for their Safe Summer peer education program. WAYS successfully organizes the Bondi Blitz Youth Week event (pictured) at Bondi Beach Markets.

To learn more, visit our small grants page.

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