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.
Redland City Council’s funding supports initiatives in many areas including economic development, community development, sport and recreation, cultural heritage, the arts, and the environment.
- 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.
For more information, visit Redland City Council.