The Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) allocates funding to community groups in NSW through the Community Engagement and Action Program (CEAP) that’s funded by the NSW Government. At the core of this program are the Community Drug Action Teams (CDATs). These volunteer-led teams operate across the state and work together to reduce alcohol and other drug harms in their local communities.
The CEAP grants program provides financial support to CDATs by helping the teams deliver projects and reimbursing them for the costs associated with CDAT operations.
Applications for the 2017 Round 1 grants will open on the following dates:
Core Grants – open for applications on 15 September and close 6 October
Partnership/Project Grants – open for applications 13 October and close 13 November
Grants are awarded annually and you can subscribe to the CDAT Action newsletter (insert link if available) to find out more details and to stay up to date on the grants.
These resources will be handy for CDATs when putting together CEAP grant applications.
CEAP Framework for Action: a blueprint for CEAP, explaining the principles that the ADF uses to guide CDATs in their work.
Terms of Reference Charter: the CDAT Charter, to be used in conjunction with the CEAP Framework document.
Auspice agreement letter template: a template to be used when entering into an Auspice agreement.
Electronic invoice template: a sample tax invoice template.
Action Plan Guide: a guide to help CDATs develop a plan for their work over a 12 month period
Monitoring and evaluation
2015 CDAT Small Grants Report: examples of successful grants in 2015.