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3 more Council Grant Programs Open

08 October, 2012

Three more Council Grant Programs have opened for applications this week.

1. Community Sport Clubs Grant Program
Closing on 12 November 2012

A new grant program to provide strategic funding to community-based, not-for-profit sporting clubs who plan to deliver projects that demonstrate a commitment to operating in a sustainable manner. Council encourages applications for projects that represent long-term, cost-effective value, and result in reductions to ongoing club costs or increased income avenues.

Council is offering three grant categories:

1. Community facility upgrade – applicants can apply for funding of up to: $100,000
2. Community facility maintenance - applicants can apply for funding of up to: $10,000
3. Organisational development - applicants can apply for funding of up to: $10,000.

The first two categories provide assistance for facility improvements, while the third category offers assistance for organisational development particularly in the area of effective committee management

Guidelines and application forms are located on the Brisbane City Council Web Site


Information sessions
Council is hosting free information sessions for prospective applicants of this grant. At these sessions, information on the recently completed audit of sports fields turf conditions will also be discussed, as well as general advice on working with Council and managing your club. All Brisbane non-profit community sporting clubs are invited to attend. Tea and coffee will be provided.

Date Time Location
Monday, 8 October 2012 6-8pm Wynnum Soccer Club,
175 Boundary Street, Tingalpa
Tuesday, 9 October 2012 6-8pm Gaythorne Bowls Club,
18 Prospect Road, Enoggera
Thursday, 11 October 2012 1-3pm Brisbane Square Conference
Room, Level 16, 266 George
Street, Brisbane
Tuesday, 16 October 2012 6-8pm Chermside Bowls Club, 468 Rode
Road, Chermside
Thursday, 18 October 2012 6-8pm Acacia Ridge Soccer Club, 174
Mortimer Road, Acacia Ridge

2. Suburban Businesses Crime Prevention Grant
Closing on 26 November 2012
A new grant program to provide funds to suburban businesses for projects or services that will help deter crime and improve community safety in their local suburb and community. Funding amounts range from $2,000 to $50,000.
Guidelines and application forms are located on the Brisbane City Council website.

3. Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program
Closing on 12 November 2012
Provides funds to community organisations, groups and networks for projects or services that improve access and inclusion in Brisbane.
Applicants can apply for an amount between $2,000 and $50,000.
Guidelines and application forms are located on the Brisbane City Council Website:



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