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All Grant queries can be submitted to the
GPA Secretary, Marlowe Aster

0417 881 838

The Geeveston Progress Association is committed to support local groups and organisations to build a strong, safe, vibrant and sustainable community in Geeveston. 

In 2021, a total of $3,000 is available, with grants capped at $1,000. 

 Who can Apply & Eligible Projects
Community-based groups and organisations in the Greater Geeveston area, being from Castle Forbes Bay to Surges Bay.

Projects that demonstrate a clear benefit to the Geeveston community will be considered.


Terms & Conditions

1. One application per organisation

2. Wages are not eligible for inclusion


3. Funds must be claimed within 3 months of announcement of successful application. 


4. Acquittals must be received by 31 March the following year, or risk being ineligible for future grants

5. Decisions are final


Application Process

Grant applications can be made each year with successful applicants being advised by September, and funds disbursed shortly after.


Forms can be:


1. downloaded HERE, or

2. collected from the Mitre 10 Huon Valley Hardware Store in Geeveston



GPA Grants

PO Box 358


You will receive an email to advise you that your application has been received.


Applications arriving by email, over-the-counter delivery, or handed to someone to deliver to someone else puts your application at HIGH RISK of failing to arrive at the correct destination in time for consideration. The GPA will not be held responsible for applications that fail to arrive on time.


Applications must be mailed by close of business, Monday 31 August 2021 as evidenced by the envelope postmark.

Successful applicants must show how they will acknowledge the contribution of the Geeveston Progress Association towards their project.

We will be in touch in September to let you know the outcome of your application.


Bank Transfers will be arranged to successful applicants.

Successful applicants must provide an acquittal to the GPA showing the benefits the community has received from the nominated project. An acquittal form will be sent with an email that advises your grant application success.