These community grants exist as a part of Transurban’s commitment to being good neighbours and strengthening communities through transport.
What’s on offer?
Up to $5000 for projects that generate social and environmental benefits in communities that reside along our roads.
Who should apply?
Any community groups whose projects directly benefit the local communities that reside along our roads should consider making an application.
Previous recipients have included not-for-profit groups that provide fresh food distribution, transport and education programs, planting and regeneration initiatives and projects to support the homeless and at-risk youth.
How to apply?
To apply directly, visit the SmartyGrants Transurban community grants page.
For more information about the grants or eligibility criteria, visit the Transurban community grants page.
Applications close midnight 31 October 2017.
Previous New South Wales grant recipients include:
- Young Adults Disabled Association - will purchase 1,000 native seedlings for planting days with the Liverpool Council at locations that need help with vegetation and regeneration.
- Sisters of Charity Outreach (Darlinghurst) - will run safe driving courses for volunteer drivers who provide transport services for those in regional areas requiring medical treatment or appointments in Sydney.
- Little Wings Limited (Baulkham Hills) - will provide driver training and cover road transport costs to provide children in rural areas with flights to hospital.
- Ryde Hunters Hill Community Transport Association - will make seatbelt and equipment upgrades to their transit bus for local elderly residents.
Transurban Link is operated by Tollaust which is a part of the Transurban Group.