The Stanwell Power Station Community Partnership Fund (SPSCPF) is now open and we’re on the look-out for suitable community projects!
The SPSCPF is principally interested in building community economic capacity, preparedness and resilience in the communities surrounding the power stations.
The SPSCPF is open from Monday, 16 February 2023 and will be accepting applications until COB Friday, 17 February 2023.
To be eligible to apply to the SPSCPF your project must meet at least ONE (1) of the below criteria:
Facilitates a collaborative approach to social connectedness
The project involves a collaborative partnership with other service providers and maximises existing social infrastructure and improve overall community connectedness.
Leads to increased employment
The project creates or sustains meaningful jobs and imparts ‘future ready’ skills that enable a community to navigate planned or unplanned change.
Improves access to and/or sustainability of existing critical services
The project delivers improved access to services that support those most in need. It does not jeopardise the viability of other services.
Enhances educational opportunities and personal leadership
The project provides skills and leadership capacity development that supports the community for the long term.
Builds community economic capacity, preparedness and resilience
The project takes a collaborative approach to addressing an emerging challenge recognised in one or more regional community or economic development plans.
We’ve moved online
We have a new online application process (via SurveyMonkey Apply) for our partnership fund, and it can be accessed by clicking here.
NOTE: You will need to create a SurveyMonkey Apply account to access the application form – Log in – Stanwell Corporation Limited (smapply.io)
More information on the Community Partnership Fund can be found at Stanwell.com/our communities/supporting-our-communities or please feel free to give Stakeholder Engagement Advisor, Jessica Powell a call on 0439 199 308 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to share Jessica’s contact information to groups who may have a project and ask they get in touch for any further information.
If you’re interested in seeing what we funded last year, check out this article.