[CAMWEST-discuss] Fw: Three fund-raising / activism options for BUGS
nicku at nicku.org
Wed May 2 13:27:33 UTC 2007
I am forwarding this from our info at camwest.pps.com.au address.
----- Forwarded message from Elizabeth Hole <EHole at bicyclensw.org.au> -----
From: "Elizabeth Hole" <EHole at bicyclensw.org.au>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2007 11:02:34 +1000
Subject: FW: Three fund-raising / activism options for BUGS
FYI and action.
From: Paul Magarey [mailto:projectofficer at bfa.asn.au]
Sent: Wednesday, 2 May 2007 10:45 AM
To: Fiona & Paul Campbell; Fiona Cambell; Elizabeth Hole; Jeff Ibbotson;
Peter Strang; bqmanager at bq.org.au; christian.haag at bikesa.asn.au
Subject: Three fund-raising / activism options for BUGS
Please forward to those you think might be interested. You'll welcome to
edit as you see fit.
I - Community Development and Support Expenditure (CDSE) scheme - NSW
This is a good fund-raising opportunity for BUGS interested in
funding Bikeability Toolkit seminars, rides, workshops, community
development activities generally (which fall under Category 1 - see
on line information for an explanation). Likely, but not necessarily to
be of particular assistance to BUGS running activities targeted at
socio-economically disadvantaged groups e.g. recycle bike projects.
This program is generally administered by your local government. Details
of the local committees that will assess your application and give you
further information about how to apply and what is likely to be funded
in your particular area is found at
A 'How to apply' web page is found at
For an immediate voice at the end of a phone, call Ms Emma Cannen Clubs
NSW on 1300 730 001 or email cdse at clubsnsw.com.
Deadline: Various ie depends on local committees, but note that the
CDSE funding year will now end in August, rather than November.
II - Local Answers Program (for BUGS, particularly if your BUG runs
events for families and/or the community and can make the case that your
community is 'disadvantaged', though this should not be an impediment to
seeking funding through this program).
Local Answers projects strengthen local communities by funding local,
small-scale, time-limited projects that help identify opportunities to
develop skills, support children and families.
Organisations can apply for up to $300,000, over two years, for projects
which will encourage a preventative and early intervention approach to
strengthening the community and building our ability to give children a
better start in life.
The applications should also show how projects will assist individuals
to get involved in community life through local volunteering, mentoring
or training to build leadership skills.
Guidelines and an application form for Local Answers Round Five are
available from the Department of Families, Communities and Indigenous
Affairs website on
Applications open on 27 April 2007, and close at 5 pm, 25 May 2007.
III - National Awards for Local Government
Non-monetary award scheme run by the Dept of Transport and Regional
Services (DOTARS) which closes May 11, 2007. Better hurry. Lots of
categories, but consider it an opportunity to reward your council for
doing work on cycling by nominating them for an award.
Email: awards at dotars.gov.au
Freecall: 1800 065 113
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