Below are the different browsers that can be used to complete your application:
Yes. Please see the terms and conditions within the application.
No. Grants must be approved prior to any purchase/event/trip being undertaken. Retrospective grants will not be considered.
Payment will be direct credited to the recipient organisation's bank account. You will need to include a deposit slip with your application.
Youthtown Inc grant records will be inspected and audited by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA). Youthtown Inc is required to render details of all donations to DIA. Any grant application is made with the understanding that if any DIA officer so requests, the applicant organisation shall agree to and participate in any such inspection/audit.
Youthtown Inc Board of Directors meet monthly to review grant applications. All approved and deferred applications will receive notification by email following the meeting. Declined applications will receive notification by email following the meeting.
Youthtown Inc requires an acknowledgement of grant form to be returned to the Trust along with verification of expenditure (receipts etc.). These receipts must be returned within three months of the grant being made. Failure to comply with the conditions will result in the Trust seeking a full refund of the grant.
Grants are GST exclusive; no grant made by Youthtown Inc has GST content.
Youthtown Inc requires the following information to support an application for funding for salaries and/or wages and must be uploaded into the application:
Yes, the full minutes of the committee/executive meeting must be included with your application. The minutes must include the following and be uploaded to the application:
No, venue operators can‘t make any decisions or recommendations about applications or receive completed application forms or receive any benefit as a result of a grant.
Social activities are not recognised as authorised purposes because they give a personal rather than community benefit. For example, a group of friends or acquaintances going on an annual ski trip cannot claim the trip is an authorised purpose just because there is an element of sport in an otherwise social activity. In contrast a genuine ski club that members of the public can join and that offers coaching and development programmes would be more likely to be an authorised purpose.
Professional sport cannot be an authorised purpose because of its commercial character.
Sometimes an activity is presented as a sporting activity, but its real nature is entertainment, social, personal gain or commercial.
DIA considers a bona fide sport to be one where the activity, club or organisation;
An incorporated organisation will usually find it easier to meet these criteria than an unincorporated group. Youthtown Inc is not permitted to fund either dress or training uniforms. Playing uniforms are allowable, and they must remain the property of the club.
The terms and conditions have an itemised list of purposes that are unauthorised for grant consideration. Please keep in mind this list is not exhaustive. Feel free to contact the grants department if you have any specific questions. The Directors prefer to fund projects that will have a long-term benefit to the recipient organisation.
The Youthtown NPC meet monthly (except January) to consider all funding applications. Decisions are made taking into account the available funds, the merit of the application, the compliance of the application, the location of the applicant group and the overall community benefit. Applications submitted in any given month will be considered at the NPC meeting of the following month. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Simply scroll down the page to the 'let’s get started' area, select the category that best fits the type of grant request. Then register your details as the person making the application in the section marked 'Person making the application' and click on the ‘apply here’ button. This will open a screen in which you can complete, and save your application.
No, there is only one grant application for you to complete.
No. Only mandatory fields are required, however the more information you enter, the more consideration your application will receive.
Yes, you can leave the application, just hit the save button first at the base of the page. To continue your incomplete application form, simply refer to the email sent to you labelled 'User Application link' and use your allocated application password to log back in and complete your application form.
It is most likely because you have not filled in an entry into a mandatory field. Check if there are any highlighted questions. If there are you will need to enter information into the mandatory field.
No, but if you have some relevant information you think would well support your application then it would be advisable to attach it. There is the ability to attach a Word, PowerPoint or image file, please be aware that the maximum file size is 5MBs.
In Step 7 of the application you will also be asked to upload the following documents
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Once you have applied you will be sent a confirmation message, acknowledging receipt of your application, along with notification of how many days before you receive notice of your success or otherwise.
The obligations of all applicants that are successful are described in the Terms and Conditions section of the application, please read this carefully.
If you are having a system or program issue with the application then please click on the help desk link below and lets us know by completing the email support request form. We will endeavour to respond the same day if your request is filed before 12 noon or the following day if your request is filed after 12 noon. The help desk response will only be available Mondays to Fridays and not on public holidays.