Kurri Kurri Sunrise Rotary Club accessibility pool hoist sponsored by APA’s KKLP Project Community Grants Program

The Kurri Kurri Lateral Pipeline Community Grants Program runs twice per year.  Community groups and other organisations located in the local government areas of Cessnock, Maitland and Newcastle are eligible to apply for funding to support community-led initiatives.


Applications for the current round of funding closed on the 30 September 2023. The next round of funding will open in early 2024, and will be advertised closer to the open date. All applications must be made using the Application Form and will be assessed against the eligibility criteria outlined in the Community Grants Guideline.

Read the Community Grants Guideline

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Phone: 1800 804 893

KKLP Community Grants for award Round 5 (2023)

Congratulations to the following successful community organisations for the latest round of funding:  

Name of organisation

Funding initiative

Funding category

Funding amount

Kiray putjung Aboriginal Corporation

Mental health workshops for community

First Nations People


Kurri Kurri High School - Dream Together Girls Academy

Dream Together Girls Academy

First Nations People


Native Animal Trust Fund T/A Hunter Wildlife Rescue

Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation

Natural Environment


Callaghan District Netball Association

First Nations Umpiring and coaching Training, First Nations Athlete pathway and First Nations and Multicultural close the gap cultural day

First Nations People


Cessnock City Council

Support Local and Product Champion Program

Regional and Remote Communities


NovaCare Community Services

Scone Time community event

Regional and Remote Communities


Maitland RSL Youth Club

Youth suicide information sessions

Regional and Remote Communities


Cessnock Motorcycle Club

Australian Postie Bike GP event

Regional and Remote Communities


Central Rural Fire Brigade

Portable radio unit equipment

Regional and Remote Communities


Kurri Kurri Community Services

Facility upgrade

Regional and Remote Communities


Hunter Region Business Enterprise Centre Incorporated

Digital Marketing Masterclass

Regional and Remote Communities


Dress For Success NSW & ACT Newcastle-Hunter

Back on Your Feet workshops

Regional and Remote Communities


The Lions Club of Branxton Inc

Senior citizen participation in community events

Regional and Remote Communities


Cessnock Pony Club

Beginner rider arena

Regional and Remote Communities


Bellbird Public School P&C Association

Aboriginal artwork revitalisation

First Nations People


Cessnock Country Women’s Association

Hall upgrade

Regional and Remote Communities


Rotary Club of Kurri Kurri: APA supporting the regular operation of breakfast clubs at local schools.

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