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Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, bringing together the people next door, across the street or on the next farm for a BBQ or just a cuppa.
Traditionally held on the last Sunday in March every year, it’s the perfect day to say thanks for being a great neighbour and for being there when needed the most.
To encourage and support community members to organise and host activities in their streets and local parks to celebrate Neighbour Day in keeping with the annual Neighbour Day campaign theme. The principal aim of Neighbour Day is to build better relationships with the people who live around us.
Applications for 2021 Neighbour Day are now closed.
Residents are encouraged to host a Neighbour Day Everyday get-together or activity, focusing on small, simple street-based initiatives such as a BBQ at a park or street book exchange. By coming together, community members are able to forge strong, lasting friendships and new social networks that increase personal and community connection and cultivate a sense of wellbeing while improving safety.
The Neighbour Day Everyday grants aim to:
The City of Kwinana will provide up to $150 (as a reimbursement after the activity) to encourage and support community members to organise and host street-level activities in their streets and local parks and invite their neighbours to attend or participate.
Applicants must register their event prior to it taking place, to be eligible for the Neighbour Day Every Day Grant. Register your Neighbour Day Everyday activity the SmartyGrants online portal.
For further information including eligibility for this grant refer the Community Funding Guidelines or check out the 52 Ways to Connect with your Neighbours and other resources for you activity via the following links: