Grants

Here you will find information and links to grants available throughout the year.  Remember to pop into Club Central if you need assistance in grants writing and applications.

 
Government Grants

Government Grants

Local Government Grants

Brisbane City Council community grants

Brisbane City Council’s Healthy and Physical Activity Grants provide funding to local not-for-profit community groups for projects to increase participation in community sport, recreation and physical activity in Brisbane.  Opens 6 November 2017.

Moreton Bay Regional Council community grants program

Ipswich City Council sport and recreation grants and sponsorships

Logan City Council Sport, Recreation & Community Funding

Redland City Council community grants

Sunshine Coast Council grants and funding

Gold Coast City Council community grants program

Toowoomba Regional Council grants program

Gladstone Regional Council Sport and Recreation Grants Program

Southern Downs Regional Council Grants to Community

State Government Grants

Queensland Government Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) – The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) Community Benefit Funds Unit (CBFU) distributes revenue from gaming taxes to various not-for-profit community groups throughout Queensland.  Grants up to the value of $35,000 (inclusive of GST) are available.  The Gambling Community benefit Fund (GCBF) round 95 closes 30 November 2017.

Queensland Government Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing (NPSR) has a number of grants to assist individuals, families, clubs and organisations.  Currently open:

  • The Female Facilities Program aims to assist sport and recreation organisations and local governments to develop functional and inclusive female change rooms and amenities that meet the current and future needs of sport and recreation participants.  Closes 1 December 2017
  • The Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program (SRDRP) supports not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations with funding to re-establish their facilities and activities after extreme natural events, including flooding and associated damage.
  • The Young Athletes Travel Subsidy (travel subsidy) aims to foster the development of young athletes and support elite athlete pathways by providing financial assistance to help alleviate the costs associated with attending championship events.

Australian Government Grants

Sporting Schools – Builds the relationship between schools and sports to see more children take part in sport based activities – and develop healthy habits to last a lifetime.  The Australian Sports Commission, in partnership with over 30 national sporting organisations, has developed the resources to help sporting clubs, coaches and teachers to run these activities.

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) provides a number of opportunities for individuals and sporting organisations to receive funding.

Community Grants

Community Grants

Fundraising4Sport (F4S) program raises funds for sporting and community clubs and organisations of all sizes for projects that seek to develop sport and/or increase participation and for representative Aussie athletes.