Splendour in the Grass 2016 poster
Splendour in the Grass 2016 poster Contributed

Splendour community grant applications are open

Splendour in the Grass has confirmed that the 2016 Community Grant Fund is now open for applications.

Each year, Splendour in the Grass donates a portion of the event's ticket sales to some of Byron Shire's valuable local community groups.

To date, throughout Splendour's 15-year history, more than $450,000 has been distributed around the community.

Previous grant recipients include Ocean Shores Tidy Town, Shara Community Gardens, Brunswick Valley Rescue, Pets For Life Animal Shelter (Billinudgel), Mullumbimby High School, Ocean Shores Public School (music program), Brunswick Heads Public School, The Pocket and Crabbes Creek Public Schools, Byron Youth Service and the Byron Homeless and Community Breakfast.

If you know of, or are a part of a community organisation within the Byron Shire that is in need of a monetary helping hand, click here download a copy of the application form.

Alternatively, you can email community@splendourinthegrass.com to receive a copy of the application form. You'll need to complete and return your application before 5pm, Friday, July 15.

Splendour in the Grass will be held at North Byron Parklands in July 22 to 24.



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