The FNQ Community Grant Information facebook page provides information on various grants as they become available.
The Gambling Community Benefit Fund provides grants from $500 to $35,000 to eligible organisations in Queensland. The fund has four rounds per year.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund, applications are now open for the extra round of Commemorative Grants. In addition to the ongoing quarterly grants of up to $35,000, there will be an additional 10 grants up to $100,000 and one grant up to $250,000, for eligible not-for-profit groups. Expressions of interest for these grants and being sought from now until midnight 31 August 2018.
For more information and to apply click the more info button below or contact the Community Benefit Funds Unit on Brisbane: (07) 3247 4284 Outside Brisbane: 1800 633 619.
The Queensland Department of Sport and Recreation offer various funding and programs to individuals and clubs.
The Young Athletes Travel Subsidy provides financial assistance to help alleviate the costs affiliated with attending championship events
Free Sport Education and Training Workshops
The Department of Sport and Recreation host various free sport education and training workshops throughout the year including beginner sports strapping, sports nutrition, governance and grant writing workshops.
The Local Sporting Champions program is an Australian Government initiative designed to provide financial assistance for young people aged 12-18 towards the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at an official national sporting organisation (NSO) endorsed state, national or international sporting championships or a School Sport Australia state or national championships.
Queensland Footy Facilities Fund
The Queensland Footy Facilities Fund (the Program) is a joint initiative of the National Rugby League (NRL), Queensland Rugby League (QRL) and the Queensland Government, via Sport and Recreation, Department of Housing and Public Works.
This special initiative is specific to the sport of rugby league and is available for eligible applicants seeking project funding between $200,001 and $300,000 maximum. The program will provide up to 50% of eligible project costs. The remaining 50% funding is the responsibility of the applicant to source.
Applications close midday 5pm, 12 October 2018.
The Elite Indigenous Travel and Accommodation Assistance Program helps Indigenous people with travel costs (petrol or air travel) and accommodation expenses.
The Queensland Anzac Centenary grants program helps Queensland communities commemorate the role played by Queenslanders in the First World War or significant military anniversaries.
Get Going Clubs provides funding to local and regional sport and active recreation organisations to improve their capabilities to better deliver activities in Queensland communities.