City of Cape Town Grants-in-Aid 2022/23


    The City of Cape Town makes Grants-in-Aid available to organisations to fund projects that benefit the community and assist the City in realising its goals and objectives as set out by the Integrated Development Plan (IDP).


    Grants-in-Aid 2022/23

    Supporting documents

    You will also need to provide the following information in order to complete the application forms:

    • A detailed business plan explaining the funding proposal applied for
    • A detailed description of the project, including breakdown of project costs, and start and end dates
    • Details of other funding received from the City for the current financial year, and previous funding received by the City
    • Information on how the allocation of a grant-in-aid will promote job creation and the estimated number of job opportunities it will create

    If your application is successful, expenditure on the approved project will start within two months after the Grants-in-Aid funds are deposited into your organisation’s bank account, as provided for in clause 8.8 of the MOA.

    How to apply

    Ensure that you submit a completed application form along with all required supporting documentation. Failure to produce all relevant documentation will result in disqualification of the application.

    Download and complete the application forms for the funding you want to apply for:

    Submit your application via one of the following channels:

    Email the completed application forms and supporting documents to the relevant department:

    Department Email
    Arts and Culture
    Social Development and Early Childhood Development


    Applications submitted via email must be in PDF format. The maximum size for each document is 2 MB.

    Deliver your application by hand to the relevant address below:

    Arts and Culture Branch

    5th Floor
    Honda Building
    73 Herzog Boulevard
    Cape Town

    Social Development and Early Childhood Development Offices

    Area Address Contact
    North First floor, Bloemhof Building, 112 Edward Street, Bellville 021 444 3076
    East Ground Floor, Omniforum Building, 94 Van Riebeeck Street, Kuils River 021 400 9117
    Central Unit 201, Block 2, De Tijger Office Park, Hannes Louw Drive, Parow 021 444 2422
    South Third floor, 200 Main Road, Claremont 021 444 2880 / 021 444 6601

    Contact us

    For more information and general enquiries, contact:

    Arts and Culture Branch
    Rhyno Jansen

    021 417 4104


    Social Development and Early Childhood Development Department

    Genevieve Adams

    021 400 1139


    For assistance registering on the City’s Supply Chain Management Database, contact:

    Graham Heynes


    021 400 9244


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