Minor Capital Works Grant

About the Minor Capital Works grant

The Minor Capital Works Grant (MCWG) contributes to minor capital works projects carried out on Council owned property. The purpose is to support sporting clubs to undertake timely development and upgrading of infrastructure, with the aim to increase community participation in sport and recreation.

Who is eligible?

The MCWG is open to Incorporated sporting clubs that:

  • Based or operating within the City of Cockburn
  • Under a lease or seasonal licence on Council owned property
  • Service a significant number of local residents.

How much funding is available?

The maximum amount available is $4,000 per project. Please note that the City’s contribution towards minor capital works projects will not exceed 50 per cent of the total project cost. Clubs may only apply for the MCWG once per financial year.

It is important to note that contributions of voluntary labour and donated materials (in-kind contributions) can be recognised as a component of an applicant’s contribution towards projects in this category. 

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying, please contact the Recreation Services Department for assistance in determining whether the project you are seeking support for is eligible for funding. Applications are open all year round and will be assessed by the Recreation Services Department. MCWG guidelines can be viewed below.

Related Documents

Document name Downloadable files
Minor Capital Works Grant Guidelines PDF document

More information and contact

Please contact our Recreation Services Department for more information. To obtain an application form for the Minor Capital Works Grant call 08 9411 3444 or email recreation@cockburn.wa.gov.au

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