Council Community Grants and other Non-Council Grant and Tender Opportunities Council Community Grants and other Non-Council Grant and Tender Opportunities

 

HINCHINBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL COMMUNITY GRANTS

Is your local community group looking for small community grants to help with an event?

The Hinchinbrook Shire Council are now offering quarterly grants throughout the year to help support local community groups with their events and functions.

To apply for grants throughout the year dates closing dates are as follows:

For events in the 2016 / 2017 financial year held between:

·            1 March – 31 May – applications close 31 January 2017 – 2016 / 2017 - CLOSED

·            1 June – 31 August – applications close 30 April 2017 – 2016 / 2017 and 2017 / 2018 - OPEN

​For events in the 2017 / 2018 financial year held between:

·            1 June – 31 August – applications close 30 April 2017 – 2016 / 2017 and 2017 / 2018 - OPEN

·            1 September – 30 November – applications close 31 July 2017 - 2017 / 2018 - OPEN

·            1 December – 28 February – applications close 31 October 2017 – 2017 / 2018 - OPEN

To be considered eligible for a Council grant, an individual, group or organisation must operate within the Hinchinbrook Shire and be not for profit.

Click here for community grants application form.

 

OTHER NON-COUNCIL GRANT AND TENDER OPPORTUNITIES

Department of State Development

For a list of available grants and tenders for the region, please click on the links provided below which will take you to the Regional Development Australia (RDA) website and links provided by the Department of State Development.

Click here for Grants - RDA collates information on upcoming grants from government, corporate, philanthropic and private sectors.

Click here for Tenders - RDA collates information on upcoming tenders from government, corporate and private sectors.

Click here for a further list of available tenders for the region from the Department of State Development.

 

Gambling Community Benefit Fund

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 and invites all eligible organisations to submit grant applications to the Gambling Community Benefit Fund during the application periods noted below.

Click here for the Gambling Community Benefit Fund which closes 31 August, 30 November, 28 February and 31 May.

 

Other Grants

Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal 

Click here for funding opportunities available through Grants Hub

Click here for Ausport Local Sporting Champions Grant

Click here for Young Athletes Travel Subsidy

Click here for Sports and Recreation Planning Program