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'RED' Grants Regional Roadshow kicks off

Aug 14, 2019


Pilbara Development Commission staff will be travelling through towns in the Pilbara from Monday 19 August to Friday 23 August, 2019, offering free face-to-face consultations on how to apply for Round 2 of the State Government's Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants Program.

Pilbara businesses, not-for-profit organisations, local governments, industry associations and other groups are being urged to consider their eligibility for a State Government Regional Economic Development (RED) grant, worth up to $250,000.

RED grants are $28.8 million, five-year initiative of the State Government which invest in locally-driven projects to stimulate job creation and economic growth in regional WA.

Organisations considering applying for a grant who would like advice on how to make their application as strong as possible are encouraged to make a time to speak to Commission staff.


Regional Roadshow dates:

Monday 19 August 2019, from 12pm - Karratha

Tuesday 20 August 2019, from 2pm - Port Hedland

Wednesday 21 August 2019, from 2pm - Newman

Thursday 22 August 2019, from 10am - Tom Price

Friday 23 August 2019, from 9am - Onslow.


To book a time, email grants@pdc.wa.gov.au or call 6551 7500.

Further information about eligibility and how to apply is available at pdc.wa.gov.au/REDgrants





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