CEBS - The Anglican Boys Society
Diocese of Melbourne
FORM FOR APPLICATION FOR A FINANCIAL GRANT - 2019
Note forming part of the application form for financial grants
from Cebs – The Anglican Boys Society (Melbourne) celebrating over 100
years (since 1913)
Completed application forms must be received on or before 30th September 2019 by:-
Mr Bruce Anderson
Honorary Secretary of Cebs – The Anglican Boys Society (Melbourne)
3 Blackwood Avenue, Mentone 3194
Tel: 8669 0217 or 0419 224 406
1. Cebs -The Anglican Boys Society, Melbourne
is making available a limited number of financial grants to groups who
provide a Christian ministry to children (particularly boys and young
men of school age). Interested groups are invited to apply for one of
these financial grants of an amount up to $500. Financial grants will
become available at start of January 2020 and will be awarded based on
the conditions and guidelines that follow.
2. Conditions of award of financial grant
2.1. If successful in obtaining a financial grant, the group shall
acknowledge in their 2020 Annual General Meeting report that the grant
has been provided by Cebs - The Anglican Boys Society, noting the
designated project and amount.
2.2. If successful in obtaining a financial grant, the group shall
within three months of the completion of the project send a written
report to Cebs – The Anglican boys Society detailing how the grant was
used and the final outcomes of the project or if the grant was an
annual (week by week) program a copy of their annual general report
should additionally be provided.
2.3. If, for whatever reason, an awarded Grant cannot be taken up by
31st July 2020, then the grant shall lapse. The applicant may re-apply
in 2020 for the grant available in 2021.
2.4. Applications must be received by the Honorary Secretary on or before 30th September 2019.
3. Guidelines for award of financial grant
3.1. Preference will be given to Anglican parish based programs, in
particular providing ministry to boys and young men of school age.
3.2. Consideration will be given to non-Anglican Groups providing a
Christian based ministry to boys and young men of school age.
3.3. Preference will be given to programs that are provide practical
ministry applications rather than provision of a grant for
administration support of a program.
3.4. Specialised training costs and provision of equipment for a group
will be considered and in particular where the learned skills and or
equipment can be shared with other groups that are providing similar
3.5. New and innovative programs are welcome.
Click here to download an application form.