Are you making a difference in regional WA communities?

Then you could be eligible for funding from $1,000 up to $50,000 if your initiative impacts local communities in any of our service areas.

You're eligible to apply...

If registered as a not-for-profit organisation, community group or local government authority based in our service area.

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Partnerships can be used for...

Events, equipment, fit out or short term initiatives that support good community health and well-being. We prefer not to be the sole source of your funding.

Things you need to know

We share your belief in wanting to create vibrant regional communities

In return, we ask that your initiative is located within our service area and reflects at least one of our four guiding principles.

Applications now open

Until 5pm, 22 August 2022. Have a copy of your organisation's and initiative details handy to get started.

Preparing your application

To get started, you’ll need to gather the details that provide a clear picture of your organisation and how the funding will be used. The information below will walk you through everything we need to know.

Once you have your documentation together and the funding round opens - you can easily apply online. 

To learn more about the program, and how we may be able to support your organisation and community, please attend one of the in persona or online information sessions being held during July and August.

RSVP to one of our Community Partnership Information Sessions below


Session Venue Details


Ord Valley Sports Club

34 Chestnut Avenue, Kununurra

Tuesday 26 July 2022

4.00pm – 5.00pm


Esperance Lotteries House

3 Forrest Street, Esperance

Wednesday 27 July 2022

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm


South Hedland Lotteries House

4 Rason Link, South Hedland

Thursday 28 July 2022

11:00 am - 12 noon

Halls Creek

Kimberley Hotel 

Roberta Avenue, Halls Creek

Thursday 28 July 2022

4:00 pm - 5.00pm


Carnarvon Library and Arts Gallery

18 Egan Street, Carnarvon

Monday 1 August 2022

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Hopetoun Community Resource Centre

46 Veal Street, Hopetoun

Thursday 4 August 2022

11:30 am - 1:30 pm 


St John Training Room

31 McGrath Street, Onslow

Tuesday 9 August 2022

5.30pm – 6.30pm


Empowering People in Communities

22 Balmoral Road, Karratha

Wednesday 10 August 2022

5.30pm – 6.30pm


Horizon Power Experience Centre Nila Janyba

Shop 25 and 26 Paspaley Plaza, 8 Short Street Broome

Wednesday 17 August 2022

10.30am - 11.30am 

2.00pm - 3.00pm


Can't make it in person?

RSVP to join one of our online information sessions here.

Session Date Time
Online session one Tuesday 26 July 2022 5.00pm - 6.00pm
Online session two Monday 1 August 2022 10.00am - 11.00am
Online session three Fruday 12 August 2022 12 noon - 1.00pm
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    Initiatives or events we can support
    • Are based in our service area
    • Support good health and well-being in communities.
    • Contribute to the community and have clear community outcomes
    • Are aligned to at least one of our four guiding principles
    • Are accessible for all and free, or very low cost to attend
    • Provide equipment/fit out for organisations delivering initiatives in regional WA
    • Are time limited (not ongoing)
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    Initiatives we're unable to support
    • Organisations that are associated with or promote gambling, alcohol, smoking or drug use
    • Individuals
    • Commercial activities
    • Federal or State Government led projects
    • Individual sporting teams
    • Political activities
    • Schools
    • Religious activities
    • Initiatives based outside our service area
    • Ongoing operational costs
    • Community fundraising e.g. fetes, corporate golf days or charity dinners
    • Prizes or trophies for sporting events
    • Cash prizes
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    How much can I apply for?
    • $1,000 to $10,000 for local initiatives.
    • $10,001 to $50,000 for multi-region initiatives.
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    Tell us about your organisation
    • Your organisation's name
    • ACN and contact details
    • How long it has been running
    • At least one referee we can contact about the work your organisation does in the community (they can’t work for you or Horizon Power)
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    Describe your initiative and what you hope to achieve
    • The name, location and date of the initiative/event
    • The amount of funding you are requesting
    • A description of your initiative/event including how you identified the need for it and who it will benefit
    • Which of our principles your project supports and why (Community involvement, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander commitment, Cleaner Greener, Regions First)
    • The outcomes you hope to achieve including how many people will attend, the impact on the community and any positive changes your project will make
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    How much your initiative will cost

    Please provide a budget breakdown of your project/event including income and expenditure.

    Income Expenditure
    • Horizon Power contribution
    • Cash support from your organisation
    • Other funders or income sources
    • Total income
    • Salaries and wages
    • Infrastructure hire
    • Advertising
    • Any other expenditures
    • Total expenditures

    You will be asked for:

    • Your organisation’s in kind contribution (if any and separate to the cash budget)
    • Exactly how you intend to spend your Horizon Power grant (if successful)

    Please also provide a brief description of:

    • How you will advertise/ market the initiative
    • How you will acknowledge Horizon Power
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    Documentation to support your application
    • A copy of your most recent annual financial statements (audited or signed by the legal signatory)
    • A budget that includes what Horizon Power’s investment will be spent on
    • Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance if you are holding a public event
    • Any other documentation that will strengthen your application
    • Your organisation’s accountable officer (e.g CEO, Chairperson or Legal Signatory) must be aware of your application and may be contacted if further information is required.
    Further documentation

    Depending on your organisation's type of entity, we'll ask for the relevant identification and supporting documents as specified below.

    We will also use this information to confirm there are no conflicts of interest.


    1.  Registered with ACNC or ORIC 

    Certificate of incorporation

    2. Not registered with ACNC or ORIC

    A copy of rules or constitution, the certificate of incorporation and a copy of the latest minutes or an Executed Statutory Declaration


    1. Copy of your constitution and latest minutes or
    2. Executed Statutory Declaration


    Local Government
    No supporting documentation required




    1. Name of Trustee, Name of Trust, Name of beneficiaries  
    2. If the Trust an individual or company:  
    • If the Trustee is an individual:
    A copy of the driver’s license. You must also confirm the individual has capacity to receive the funds on the trust’s behalf
    • If a company:


    1. Names of the partners  
    2. If the partners are individuals, companies or trusts:  
    • If an individual:
    Provide their names
    • If a company:
    • If a Trust
    Provide the name of the Trustee, name of the Trust and name of trust beneficiaries

Firstly, congratulations on the great work you're doing in the community

We look forward to supporting your organisation and building the power of community, together. Please remember to submit your online acquittal form within six weeks of your event or initiative.

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<h3>Firstly, congratulations on the great work you're doing in the community</h3>

 2021/22 Community Partnerships

  • Cross Regional
    Organisation Initiative

    Broome Aboriginal Media Association

    Young Indigenous Women's Pathways Program

    Football Futures Foundation

    Football for All

    Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation

    Digital Portraits Exhibition Road Show

    Pilbara Community Legal Service

    Financial counselling support

  • East Kimberley



    Apex Club of Kununurra

    APEX Kununurra Barra Bash

    Gelganyem Limited

    Community Collectors Project – Native Seeds

    Kangaroo Haven

    Bird of prey rehabilitation and rescue aviary

    Kununurra Agricultural Society

    Supporting the annual Kununurra Agricultural Show

    Kununurra Community Garden Kitchen

    Cook and Connect program

    Kununurra Neighbourhood House

    Tables for community op shop volunteers

    Mirima Council Aboriginal Corporation

    Bilingual language learning resources for children

  • West Kimberley



    Boab Festival at Derby

    Horizon Power Float Parade

    Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    Grow Local Kimberley – Business Workshops

    Broome Circle

    Broome Community Nursery

    Shire of Broome

    Broome Scratchers Coding and Robotics Club

    St John of God Outreach Services

    Laptop computers for Indigenous youth

  • East Pilbara



    Australian Schools Plus

    Culturally responsive STEM program delivered in Marble Bar

    Bloodwood Tree Association Inc

    Bloodwood Tree’s 45th Birthday Community Celebration Event

    Care For Hedland Environmental Association Inc

    Management of footpath lights affecting turtle hatchlings along Cemetery Beach

    Hedland BMX

    BMX safe training area for participants

    Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce

    Business Excellence Awards

    Town of Port Hedland (event support)

    Festive Lights Competition

    Food Festival

    Hedland Community Sports Awards

    Spinifex Spree Carnival

    Teddy Bear’s Picnic

    Welcome to Hedland Community Expo

    Youth Week

    Youth Involvement Council

    Mindfulness 4 Minors

  • West Pilbara




    Foundation Food

    Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal Corporation

    Ngurra Nyujunggamu – When the World Was Soft – Seven Sisters Story

    Karratha Community Garden Inc

    10th Anniversary Celebrations

    Karratha Kart Club

    Karratha Kart Club facilities upgrade

    Northwest Multicultural Association WA Inc.

    Community Language Program (Mandarin and Indonesian)

    Pilbara Trailblazers Incorporated

     Pilbara Trailblazers

    Swan Districts Football Club

    Swans Personal Safety

  • Gascoyne Midwest



    Carnarvon Netball Association

    Supporting the purchase of equipment

    Exmouth Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    Community technology project

    Mount Magnet Historical Society

    Ruston engine installation

    Shark Bay Bowling, Sport & Recreation Club Inc

    Upgrade of BBQ facilities

    Shire of Carnarvon

    Above the Gascoyne – Gallery and Exhibition –Through Our Eyes

    Shire of Meekatharra

    Meekatharra Outback Festival 2022

    Shire of Shark Bay

    Beats in the Bay Grassroots Festival

    St John Ambulance WA, Exmouth-Coral Bay Subcentre

    New ambulance shed

  • Goldfields Esperance



    Cycling Development Foundation Inc.

    Laverton Cycling Project

    Esperance Goldfields Surf Life Saving Club Inc

    Equipment upgrades

    Esperance Potters Club

    Pottery kiln

    Hopetoun Progress Association Inc

    Hopetoun beach shelter upgrade

    Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council

    Celebrating Community Resilience after the Bushfires Event

    Rotary Club of Esperance Inc

    Community storage shed extension

    Shire of Menzies

    Menzies Discovery Day

If you have any questions

About our partnerships or the application process - then we're here to help. Send us a message and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Fair Game program participant holding a football

Horizon Power has supported Fair Game since the beginning

Their sustained commitment has allowed Fair Game to grow, enabling our volunteers to deliver health education and fitness programs along with recycled sports equipment to tens of thousands of children in remote, regional and underserviced communities right across Western Australia over the last 10 years.

Nicki Bardwell

Fair Game CEO

Horizon Power was vital to planning for sustainable growth in the program

We now operate in eight regional towns supporting 400 girls in achieving a better education. This wouldn’t have been possible on this scale without Horizon Power leading the way and inspiring other corporate partners to join us.

Fran Haintz

Shooting Stars Executive Officer

Horizon Power has been a long-time supporter of our vision and mission

Our partnership allows TLG to provide hundreds of hours of free tutoring and mentoring to students experiencing disadvantage across Western Australia. The team at Horizon is so enthusiastic about the work we do and it’s clear to see the team has a genuine passion for strengthening rural communities. Teach Learn Grow would not be where it is today without their ongoing support.

Bridget Staude

Teach Learn Grow CEO

With Horizon Power’s support we are able to enhance the children’s experience

We know that attending a show at a child’s school is often their first experience with live performance when you live outside of a major city, and we strive to make this a meaningful experience for all children. Puppetry is a particularly powerful art form as children can access it in many ways during our tours.

Natalie Bell

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre Executive Producer

Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain images, names or voices of deceased people.