Quick Response Grant [DRAFT]
RAF Quick Response Grants help people pay for professional skills development, or small project opportunities that come up at short notice.
Through Regional Arts Fund Quick Response Grants you can apply for grants of:
- Up to $3,000 for individuals.
- Up to $5,000 for organisations.
How to apply
- Download and read the Regional Arts Fund Guidance Materials [PDF].
- Check the Quick Response Grant Deadlines [PDF] against your project deadlines.
- Check the Eligibility Guidelines [PDF] to make sure you and your project are eligible.
- Contact Regional Arts WA Project Officer Carla Steele to discuss your application. She can be contacted by:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 08 9200 6217
- Regional Freecall: 1800 811 883
- Submit your final application through SmartyGrants.
Note: All deadlines within the SmartyGrants application are presented in AEDT
Read through the Guidance Materials [PDF] to check if you are eligible to apply and you understand the requirements of the grant before beginning your application.
These guidelines are correct from 1 July 2021 until 30 June 2027. If you would like help with these Guidelines, email us at email@example.com.
RAF Quick Response Grants are open year-round, with a new round open each month.
- Your project must start 2 – 12 weeks after the close date of the round you apply in.
- You must clearly explain why your activity needs to happen within this timeframe. Open and close dates change each month.
For specific dates, including when your project can start, read the Quick Response Grants Deadlines [PDF].
You are eligible to apply for the RAF Quick Response grant if you are based in Regional WA, and applying as an:
- Individual – single person.
- Group – more than one person formally working together as a business.
- Incorporated not-for-profit organisation – legally registered organisation providing services to the community without the intention of making a profit.
- Local government – group of people with authority over one small community.
To find out if you are based in Regional WA, look up the suburb or postcode you live in through the Modified Monash Model. You must live in a regional or remote area classified MM2, MM3, MM4, MM5, MM6 or MM7. (If you live in an MM1 area you are not eligible for this grant.)