Youngcare At Home Care Grants QLD

For 12 years, Youngcare has been fighting to  make a difference to the lives of young people with high care needs and their loved ones who care for them. However, there are still too many young Australians being left behind in, or facing the prospect of inappropriate housing.

Youngcare’s At Home Care Grants enhance the quality of life for young people (aged 18-65 years) with high care needs living at home and at risk of entering inappropriate housing.

One-off grants of $2,000-$10,000 are available for the provision of essential equipment, home modifications or services enabling young people with high care needs to remain at home surrounded by loved ones with the choice and dignity we all deserve.

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Strong and Resilient Communities Grants – Inclusive Communities Grants

Inclusive Communities grants aim to increase the social and economic participation of vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals and families within their communities and enhance their life‑time wellbeing and sense of community belonging.

Funding will only be available to eligible organisations to deliver one-off, time-limited, projects that support the social and economic participation of people in their communities in the ways outlined in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.  Projects may include a trial project, seed or start-up funding to establish new activities, and/or short term interventions to resolve a particular issue.

Applicants must involve key stakeholders from the respective communities to demonstrate the project has endorsement by providing a letter of support as part of the application process. More information about the letter of support can be found in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.

Applicants are also encouraged to collaborate with other organisations, formally (e.g. consortium arrangements) or informally (e.g. referral partnerships) to address the grant program’s objectives.

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Griffith Stronger Communities Programme Round 3

What could your community group do with $20,000?

The Stronger Communities Programme asks Members of Parliament to engage with their communities to recommend capital investment projects that strengthen their communities.

Up to $150,000 of funding will be available in Griffith for small capital projects which improve community participation and contribute to the vibrancy and viability of local communities.

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2017/18 Sporting Champions

The Local Sporting Champions program is an Australian Government initiative designed to provide financial assistance for young people aged 12-18 towards the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at an official national sporting organisation (NSO) endorsed state, national or international sporting championships or a School Sport Australia state or national championships.

Round 1 for 2017/2018 closes 30 June 2017

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Westpac 2017 Community Grants


Westpac Foundation Community Grants

200 Westpac Foundation Community Grants, worth $10,000 each, will be awarded to local, grassroots not-for-profit organisations with big (or small) ideas that are providing educational opportunities, employment pathways or improvements in the quality of life of disadvantaged Australians in our local communities. 

In addition to the financial support the grant provides, Westpac is also committed to providing a range of non-financial support services to help maximise the social impact and sustainability of our grant recipients. Based on the needs of individual grant recipients, we will also be seeking to make connections between their organisation and local Westpac Ambassadors who will help open doors to a range of skilled volunteering, mentoring and networking opportunities across the Westpac Group.

More information about the Community Grants program, including information on the eligibility criteria and previous grant recipients, is available at:

Please contact or by phone on (02) 8253 4159 if you have any questions or require further information.  

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Walkley Media Incubation and Innovation Fund

The Walkley Foundation has launched two exciting opportunities for innovation in journalism that we would like to invite you to enter.

The first is for all working journalists, editors or producers. We have partnered with Coder Factory Academy, an accredited coding educator, to offer ten full scholarships for news professionals to learn how to code and build apps. Five scholarships are available in Sydney and five in Melbourne at this stage.

Find out details and apply for the coding scholarships here.

The second is for people who have an idea or are working on a journalism project: our Media Incubator and Innovation Fund is now open for entries. We are giving away grants of up to $35,000 to the most promising ideas, as well as access to training from exceptional media and startup mentors.

Find out details and apply here for the innovation grants here.

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2017 Water for Life Community Grants


Seqwater has launched the 2017 Community Grants program - Water for life. Water for Life Community Grants will provide funding to improve South East Queenslanders' knowledge and understanding of catchment health and the water cycle. We're looking for existing community initiatives and new partnerships that will benefit from grants of up to $10,000.

Your support of the Water for life Community Grants program and community groups means more benefits for our local waterways and a greater appreciation of water as a precious resource.

Applications close 15th May 2017.

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Queensland ANZAC Centenary Grants Program

The Spirit of Service grants program is a program offering funding up to $20,000 for projects commemorating the ANZAC Centenary including the First World War and the Century of Service through to the present day. Round 3 is now open, and applications will close 9pm, Sunday 11 June 2017.

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Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund

Do you know a hard-working community group or school in need of some seed funding? Or a young person looking to learn about the aviation industry? 

The Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund is now calling for applications from eligible community groups, organisations, individuals and schools. This Fund has been established to provide much needed financial assistance to community organisation in the Brisbane area.

Applications close at 5pm on 31 March 2017

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The 2017 Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Flint program

Applications for the 2017 Indigenous Digital Excellence (IDX) Flint program are now open.  Communities across Qld can apply to receive up to $25,000 to support and inspire the next generation of digital makers through the IDX initiative.

Applications close on 17th February 2017. 


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