City of Subiaco - Neighbour Day
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Neighbour Day

nullDo you want to know your neighbours better, but never had the opportunity? Well now you do. Neighbour Day 2018!

What is Neighbour Day?

Neighbour Day occurs annually on the last Sunday of March (this year, 25 March) and aims to foster strong connections and build better relationships within our local community.

Social connection can improve health and wellbeing outcomes as it helps prevent loneliness, isolation and depression, and most importantly feels good.

How do I apply for a Neighbour Day grant?

The city is celebrating Neighbour Day 2018 with small grants of up to $100 for residents and local community groups to assist in hosting an event on Sunday 25 March. The event can be anything from a barbecue to morning or afternoon tea, as long as it provides an environment for neighbours to meet and connect with each other.

Applications for Neighbour Day grants are now closed  thank you to everyone who applied in this inaugural round. The successful applicants have been notified  see below for more details about events in your area.

If you would like more information, please contact the city on 9237 9304 or email culture@subiaco.wa.gov.au

What Neighbour Day events are in my area?

This year, the city awarded five Neighbour Day Grants to community members holding events across the City of Subiaco on Sunday 25 March. If you live in the vicinity of one of these events, then you are invited to attend just RSVP to to the host whose details, along with other event information, are listed on our events calendar.
 
There are also another two events taking place on Neighbour Day that are not supported by a City of Subiaco Neighbour Day grant, but that may be of interest to you. These are also listed on the city’s events calendar.

Host help packs

Below is a list of references and information that will assist successful grant recipients in hosting their events. If at any point you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Cultural Services via email culture@subiaco.wa.gov.au or by phone 9237 9304.

Health: Useful information
The following three links are provided to assist you with ensuring a safe and simple event. They look at different considerations in regards to barbecue preparation, food safety, preparation and transport of food, and handing of food when cooking for large numbers of people.

Planning: Useful information
If you are using a City of Subiaco park, check out the parks and reserves page of the website for facility information and more details. Please note that you do not need to make a booking for the funded Neighbour Day events we have taken care of this for you.

The following document looks at all stages of an event and provides you with a check list for planning an accessible event. There will be aspects of the checklist which do not apply to your event. This is provided as a resource of items that you may want to consider.

Invites, signage and all things fun!
Relationships Australia has developed a range of resources specifically for Neighbour Day. Check out the Neighbour Day website for a full list of the resources avaiablie. The following resources have been updated to include both the City of Subiaco and the Neighbour Day branding. If you are using an invite, poster, selfie sign or colouring in template, please use one of the ones below.