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Helping charities and not-for-profits to achieve their goals.

Synergy’s annual Community Giving Fund provides grants of up to $10,000 for initiatives that deliver positive outcomes for people and the environment across our four key themes; committed to community, environment for the future, inclusivity and empowerment, and energy leadership. 

In 2023, we awarded grants to eight not-for-profit, community and charitable organisations across the South West Interconnected System (SWIS).

Our grants will help to deliver a range of initiatives from providing essential items to regional families in crisis, replanting a threatened ecological community in the Wheatbelt, to enabling greater social inclusion for people with a disability. 

We are proud to support these hardworking, mostly small to medium-sized charities delivering practical and meaningful initiatives that make a difference where it is needed most. 

Applications for next year’s grants will open mid-2024. 

Download the Community Giving Fund guidelines and terms and conditions.

2023 Community Giving Fund Recipients

Our 2023 grant recipients are:


  • Fostering Hope Australia Incorporated
    Seasonal Essentials Outreach Program: This initiative covers the transportation costs to deliver essential items to children in kinship and out-of-home care in regional areas.  

  • Down Syndrome Association Western Australia Inc
    Down Syndrome WA Advisory Network Pilot: This initiative supports a leadership building program for adults living with down syndrome who wish to advocate for others.

  • The Man Up Initiative Incorporated
    MAN UP, Masculinity and Mental Health in the Wheatbelt area: This initiative delivers a series of accredited programs in the Wheatbelt covering consent education, healthy relationships, and positive mental health to empower boys and young men to redefine masculinity.


  • Trillion Trees Australia Inc.
    Healing West Australia’s Wheatbelt – one tree at a time: This initiative involves purchasing native seedlings for a tree planting program to restore an area of the Wandoo Woodland - a threatened ecological community.


  • Operation Sunshine WA Incorporated
    Kalgoorlie support project: This initiative aims to provide 100 emergency supply packs to women and children displaced through family and domestic violence in the Kalgoorlie region.

Perth Metro

  • People Who Care Inc
    Starting Over Support: The emergency service program Starting Over Support provides services to vulnerable individuals and families following crisis.

  • Capricorn Riding for the Disabled
    Light Us Up: This initiative involves the installation of energy efficient LED lighting to extend their horse riding classes into the evening making them accessible for more people with disabilities.

  • Zonta House Refuge Association
    Integrated and Holistic Care for Women in Refuge: This initiative provides an integrated program of physical and mental health activities for women impacted by family and domestic violence at their new purpose-built facility.

Read about the 2022 recipients of the Community Giving Fund.

Get in touch

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