A new year means the opening of the 2021-22 Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program, with applications now welcome from organisations on the Mornington Peninsula.
Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said the program was now entering its 25th year and had already supported thousands of projects nationally, including on the Mornington Peninsula.
“It gives me great pleasure to let the community know that applications for the Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program are now open,” Minister Hunt said.
“The Mornington Peninsula has a rich military history and a fundamental role in training the next generation of the Australian Defence Force. Each year this community does what it can to ensure we remember those who served and their efforts in defending our nation and its allies.
“Commemoration is at the heart of our community, something we see on display each Anzac Day and Remembrance Day, and I encourage organisations to apply for funding through the Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program.
“2020 had an unexpected impact on our community due to the coronavirus, so as we enter into the 2021–22 grant funding year, let’s make sure that we use the support provided by the Saluting Their Service Commemorative Grants Program to carry on the commemorations legacy.”
The Grant Opportunity Guidelines have also been revised for 2021–22, which includes more information around coronavirus support and new opening and closing dates.
For more information, including access to the lasted guidelines and information on how to apply, visit the Community Grants Hub at https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/saluting-service