The TAC Community Road Safety Grants Program seeks to engage the Victorian community in the Towards Zero vision by recognising road safety issues affecting their local area. The program aims to provide opportunities for local community groups to develop and implement effective road safety projects targeting specific local road safety issues.
What funding is available?
The TAC provides grants of up to $30,000 (plus GST where applicable).
When are the grants available?
There will be two funding rounds of the Community Road Safety Grants program in 2019.
Round 1 - to be announced here
Round 2 - to be announced here
Who is eligible to apply?
To be eligible for funding the applicant must be Victorian-based and be one of the following:
- Incorporated community association
- Community trust
- Social enterprise
- Local school
- Local government organisation
Where necessary, a community focused project can have an auspice.
All groups must be willing to provide audited financial documents to demonstrate viability as well as relevant public liability insurances.
Who is not eligible to apply?
The following groups are not eligible for funding:
- Organisations who are primarily for-profit, including businesses
- State government departments/organisations (excluding schools)
How to apply?
We will be using SmartyGrants to manage the online application process. If you require assistance please refer to the SmartyGrants Help Guide.
A link to apply via Smarty Grants will be available here when the grant round is announced.
New guidelines will be published here when available. These will outline the funding objectives, availability, application and assessment process.
Previous grant round guidelines are available on request.
Reporting your progress
You will need to report your project's progress and use of funds. The dates on which you need to submit your progress and final reports are covered in your agreement with the TAC.
For all 2019 and future funding grant rounds reporting will be done through SmartyGrants.
Reporting templates from previous rounds can be obtained from the Road Safety team by emailing email@example.com
For further information or to discuss this grant program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The TAC is grateful to Land Transport New Zealand for permission to use material from the New Zealand Community Road Safety Program in developing the guidelines.