Funding Rounds Open for Eligible Not-For-Profits || MAY - Not-For-Profit House | Gladstone, QLD
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Funding Rounds Open for Eligible Not-For-Profits || MAY

Gladstone Regional Council – Regional Enhancement Fund
The following Council funding initiatives can be submitted year round:

Calliope & District Enterprises Limited Community Bank Funding Program
Community Bank Calliope and Gladstone are operated by a community owned company, Calliope & District Enterprises Limited (CDE).  A portion of their profits go to their Community Bank Funding Program for projects and activities that offer clear public benefit to the community, contributes to development in community welfare, environmental, health, education and arts or cultural areas.  CDE offers three types of funding, including:  donations, grants and sponsorship.  For more information CLICK HERE.
GPC’s Community Investment Program – Community Support
Gladstone Ports Corporation’s Community Investment Program provides entry-level support for events, activities and/or programs that make a genuine ‘quality of life’ contribution to the community in Gladstone, Rockhampton and Bundaberg regions.  The contribution of funds for this program is concentrated on social, environment and economic areas.  Applicants can apply for up to $10,000.  Funding closes on 28th May.  For more information CLICK HERE.GPC 2021 Port to Park FunD Run Community Beneficiary
Gladstone Ports Corporation online applications to become the 2021 GPC Port to Park community beneficiary are now open.  Initiatives are to be based in Gladstone and preference will be given to projects addressing a critical need, that create legacy and align with the objectives of health, wellness and community.  Applications close at 4pm on Friday, 4th June.  For more information CLICK HERE.Gambling Community Benefit Fund
The next round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund is now open.  The Gambling Community Benefit Fund allocates funding to not-for-profit community groups to help them provide services, opportunities and activities for Queensland communities.  It is the largest one-off grants program in Queensland.  Funding priorities include:  equipment and facility improvements, items affected by natural disaster in the last 2 years, large mowers/buses/tractors/trailers/etc, community events and training workshops.  Eligible applicants can apply for funding between $500 and $35,000.  This round of funding closes on 30 June 2021.  For more information CLICK HERE.RACQ Foundation – Community Grants Program
RACQ Foundation supports Queensland community groups impacted by natural disasters.  Eligible applicants can apply for funding of up to $50,000 through the Community Grants Program.  To meet eligibility you must be a QLD charity or community organisation significantly affected by natural disaster AND whose activities and purposes align with the RACQ Foundation.  This round of funding closes on 2nd August 2021.  For more information CLICK HERE.

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