The Rotary Club of St Peters, in partnership with the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, is offering funding grants to individuals, community groups, education groups and businesses to assist them to undertake local level actions or projects that will make a positive difference to the environment. 
Grants offered will be from $50 to a maximum of $1,000 with the grant recipients selected on the merit of their application.
Applications for this year's grants have now closed. The successful applicants will be notified in October.
Enquiries about the Rotary Club of St Peters Grant Funding Program can be made by email to 
For more information, Contact Chris Dawson. M: 0432 920 964
ENVIRONMENT GRANTS - Consideration in the selection will be given to the following criteria: 
  •  project site is within, or close to, the Norwood Payneham St Peters Council area. 
  •  the positive impact the project or initiative has on creating positive environmental change
  •  the simplicity of the project and its applicability for other groups in the community to be able to adopt it 
  •  the ability of the applicant to sustain the project without ongoing financial support from this grant 
Examples of suggested actions or projects, which may assist you to assess if a Rotary Club of St Peters Environmental Sustainability grant is appropriate for your project include: 
  •  establishing a recycling or waste minimisation process within the business or community group 
  •  implementing a food recycling, or donation system, to reduce food waste within a community organisation or school 
  • undertaking re-vegetation or conservation work on a landscape accessible to the applicant 
  • establishing a local food production garden, native garden, insect attracting garden or sensory garden providing education to children, in the form of action learning, on the environmental benefits of sustainable food production and purchasing 
  •  providing education to children, in the form of action learning, to increase environmental awareness 
  • undertaking a planting day to create increased canopy cover. 
The Rotary Club of St Peters may request access to the site of the project to observe progress or outcomes delivered. In addition, the Club may also request your agreement to take photos, interview you or undertake events with you, to promote the group achievements of the Rotary Club of St Peters Grant funding program. 
In 2022-23 GRANTS were awarded to:
Norwood Primary School Kaurna Garden
The garden itself is designed to tell the story of the movement of Kaurna people as the seasons change and how this links to their traditional lifestyle. 
The area at one end represents the wirra (forest/wooded area) in the foothills of the ranges to the east of Tarntanya, with large plants and a wadli (traditional dwelling) integrated into the existing trees.
Marryatville Primary School - Goldies Garden: 
Transforming a barren play yard into a productive and inviting play space.
Linde Reserve Community Garden: