The Redland City Council is seeking applications for its Community Grants Program to support local community organisations and individuals to undertake projects for the benefit of the Redlands Coast community.
- City Leadership
- Strong Communities
- Quandamooka Country
- Natural Environment
- Liveable Neighbourhoods
- Thriving Economy
- Efficient and Effective Organisation
- Increasing employment and/or boosting the local economy
- Assisting community organizations to provide services
- Empowering community organizations and building capacity
- Building community infrastructure
- Assisting disadvantaged/vulnerable groups
- Providing cost-efficient initiatives
- Increasing leverage to gain additional funds from state/federal departments
- Creating identity, a sense of place, and celebration
- Contributing to a sustainable environment
- Supporting a robust living culture in the Redlands
Type of Grants
- Grants are available in four categories:
- Organisation Support – funding up to $3,000 to support Redlands Coast community organisations improve planning, governance and management practices.
- Project Support – funding up to $10,000 to support organisations delivering specific one-off projects, events or activities that provide positive outcomes on Redlands Coast.
- Conservation – funding up to $10,000 to assist individuals or organisations for specific projects that will provide positive outcomes for the environment and wildlife on Redlands Coast.
- Capital Infrastructure – funding to assist organisations to build, renovate or refurbish and improve community facilities on Redlands Coast.
- Small Capital Infrastructure – funding up to $10,000 is available to assist eligible organisations to build, renovate or refurbish facilities, including hard-wired technology upgrades (No financial cash contribution required)
- Major Capital Infrastructure – funding between $10,001-$50,000 is available to assist eligible organisations to build, renovate or refurbish community facilities, including hard-wired technology upgrades (50% financial cash contribution required)
- Not-for-profit and incorporated entity or registered by an Act of Parliament.
- Have an active ABN or Statement by a supplier.
- Be operating and financially viable.
- If sourcing an auspice organisation, ensure the auspice organisation is a not-for-profit and incorporated entity.
- If sourcing an auspice organisation, ensure the auspice agrees to accept legal and financial responsibility for the grant.
- Hold public liability insurance.
- Have a bank account in the name of the legal entity.
- Community Grants Program: 28 August 2022
- Capital Infrastructure: 11 September 2022
For more information, visit https://www.redland.qld.gov.au/info/20132/grants_and_sponsorship/214/community_grants