Grants for Business

COVID-19 Response Grants

We are committed to supporting our community through this ongoing crisis by providing funding for the delivery of community and creative projects and initiatives that support community to respond to and recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible applicants can apply for up to $2,000 for activities, projects and purchases that clearly demonstrate alignment to at least one of the grant program objectives.

COVID-19 Response Grants

Business Grants for Disability Access

Business Grants for Disability Access aim to assist local small businesses to improve access to their building by people who have a disability. A maximum of 50% of the value of completed work, not to exceed $5,000 in any one financial year may be approved.

Business Grants for Disability Access

PAE Places

PAE Places grants of up to $3,000 aim to support the creation and delivery of projects in public spaces across the city that improve how we feel and use our public spaces and how we can enhance the way they look and work, and also how we celebrate our heritage. It aims is to give the community the opportunity to make their City a place where people love to be through placemaking projects of all sizes and shapes.  We welcome creative response to the restrictions placed on place and people during this COIVID-19 social distancing phase.

Placemaking Grants

Heritage Grants

Heritage Grants aim to encourage owners of Local Heritage Places and Contributory Items to maintain, conserve or restore places of local significance. Depending on the demand for assistance and funds available for the respective financial year, a maximum of 50% of the value of completed work, not to exceed $3,000 in any one financial year may be approved.

Heritage Grants


More information on Business Support provided by the City of Port Adelaide Enfield can be found on the Business Support page.

Grant Application System(PDF, 727.36 KB)

How to write a Grant Application (PDF, 307.19 KB)