Minor or Major Grants (Australia)

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Minor or Major Grants (Australia)

Deadline: 17-Sep-21

Applications are now open for Minor or Major Grants that aims to assist local not-for-profit community groups and organisations undertaking innovative projects or activities which benefit the community across the areas of community development; community events; community facilities, sport, and recreation and healthy living.

Note: Council facility use, and equipment supply fees and charges will not be covered as in-kind – such items need to be reflected as expenses in the applicant’s budget and will be paid upon approval as part of the total funding amount requested. It is the applicant’s responsibility to pay Council’s Fees and Charges.

Priorities

Applications need to be submitted prior to the project or activity taking place and need to align with one or more of the following priorities for their region:

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Target, include or engage youth.
Contribute towards positive engagement of the aged.
Enhance mental health awareness.
Encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Foster multicultural communities.
Promote access and inclusion for all.
Enhance community safety
Categories

Community Development
Community Events
Community Facilities
Sport, Recreation and Healthy Living
Cultural Development
Funding Information

Minor Grant Up to $1,000
Major Grant Up to $5,000
NOTE: Applicants requesting amounts over $5,000 or seeking commitment for 1–3 years must discuss their application with Council’s Community Administration Officer prior to submission.

Eligibility Criteria

Not-for-profit community organisations who meet all of the following criteria:
Operate within the Isaac Regional Council local government area or can demonstrate the project or activity will benefit residents of the Isaac Regional Council local government area.
Have appropriate insurance and adhere to sound workplace health and safety practices.
School Parent & Citizen Associations are eligible to apply, but funding will not be provided for the following types of projects:
Projects that develop improve or maintain school grounds or infrastructure.
Projects that are part of the school curriculum.
NOTE: If a community organisation is not a legal not-for-profit entity or recognised by the Australian Taxation Office as a not-for-profit type, the application must be auspiced and administered by such a group.The auspicing group will receive payment and be responsible for fulfilling acquittal requirements.

Developing Ethical Screening Guidelines for your NGO to receive CSR Funds

Sample Proposal on ‘Increasing Awareness of HIV AIDS Proposal’

International Donors empowering Youth and supporting Youth Initiatives

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These Major Donors supporting NGOs to fight global Hunger and Food Insecurity

List of Donors providing grant-in-aid to NGOs addressing Child Labor and Human Trafficking amid COVID Pandemic

Ineligible Applicants

Applications cannot be made by:

Not-for-profit community organisations who hold a gaming license under the Gaming Machine Act 1991and where the application is for community facility improvements that are not for the direct benefit of the sport.
Employees and Councillors of Isaac Regional Council.
Government agencies or departments of Local, State or Federal Government.
Educational, religious or medical organisations, where the application is for the organisation’s core business.
Businesses
For more information, visit https://www.isaac.qld.gov.au/community/isaac-community-grants

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