The WA Hiking Participation Grants program is aimed at growing participation in hiking in Western Australia through the development and delivery of new opportunities for participation, skill development and/or building the capacity of leaders (including guides, instructors and volunteers).
Applicants are encouraged to be creative and innovative in the development of their projects. Projects should align with the WA Hiking Strategy, encourage participation and capitalise on the benefits of trail running and bushwalking.
The following organisations are eligible to apply:
In addition, to be eligible for funding applicants must:
The WA Hiking Participation Grants are aimed at growing participation in hiking in Western Australia through the provision of opportunities for:
Applicants are encouraged to be creative and innovative in the development of their projects.
Projects may include, but are not limited to:
Each application will be assessed based on the following assessment criteria:
Describe the target audience, including measures to tailor the project to the needs of the target audience.
Outline how the project will achieve development and/or participation benefits (only address the points that are relevant to the project):
Estimate participation numbers including number of sessions, hours/days of involvement, qualifications attained.
Demonstrate the organisation’s financial capacity to deliver the project:
Note: In-kind support and/or funding contributions from the applying organisation and project partners will be viewed favourably.
Demonstrate an appropriate level of risk management such as:
Demonstrate capacity and capability to deliver the proposed project such as:
The WA Hiking Participation Grants will be offered in one funding round in 2020/21.
Applicants are encouraged to review:
To discuss your project or to get help to complete your application, please contact:
Steve BennettTelephone 61 8 9492 9732Email Steve Bennett
Suzie AndrewsTelephone 61 8 9492 9625Email Suzie Andrews
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