Deadline: 31 March 2019
The Brisbane Airport Community is pleased to announce its The Giving Fund’s cash grants to community groups providing health and wellbeing, community safety, sport, education, environment or other community benefit initiatives.
- Health and Wellbeing Initiatives that improve overall health and wellbeing, such as projects related to supporting mental health and physical health (for example, physical activity and healthy lifestyle programs).
- Community Safety Initiatives that increase safety and security in communities, such as projects related to emergency response, crime prevention, natural disaster prevention, accident prevention and road safety. Sport Initiatives that promote and support sporting events and sporting participation in communities.
- Educational Initiatives aimed at increasing the education of communities in areas such as literacy and numeracy, life education, apprenticeships and traineeships.
- Environmental Initiatives that promote environmental enhancement in communities, and in particular, initiatives that are focused on improving biodiversity of natural habitats, community conservation and environmental education (for example, land rehabilitation and revegetation programs, clean-up and education days and local conservation projects).
- Other Community Benefit Initiatives from community groups that encourage and positively contribute to the community, but may not necessarily fit into one of the above Funding Categories.
The Giving Fund cash grants will be based on an amount up to AUD$1,000 per cash grant. The cash grant amount may change at BAC’s discretion. Please note that the final cash grant amount awarded to a successful applicant may differ from the amount originally requested in the application. Successful applicants must use the final cash grant amount within 12 months of receiving it and provide a report to BAC within four weeks of completing the project.
Subject to the Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund Terms and Conditions, an applicant for the Giving Fund must be established and operated in Australia and be a deductible gift recipient (DGR), with an Item 1 category, which is either endorsed by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) or listed by name in the tax law. All successful applicants will be required to supply a digital copy of its DGR endorsement letter from the ATO or confirmation of its relevant listing. The Giving Fund is available for charitable projects operating in a community.
Number of Applications
Applicants may only submit one application per project per application round for the award of a Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund grant.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted online via given website.
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