King Street Community Grants Program – Australia

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King Street Community Grants Program – Australia

Deadline: 22-Oct-21

The Community Enterprise Foundation is seeking applications for its King Street Community Grants Program.

Through a partnership between Lendlease and the Community Enterprise Foundation, the King Street Community Grants Program is an initiative that showcases their commitment to creating the best places for their residents and wider community.

They are looking to Fund

Programs, initiatives or events that benefit the community of King Street through improving social, environmental and economic outcomes. More specifically those which:


Educate / up-skill the community
Connect and strengthen relationships within the community
Assist the start-up of community groups, programs, social enterprise
Celebrate the culture and history of the Brisbane Showgrounds Area.
Activate public space (specifically Alexandria Park and King Street Precinct)
Funding Information

Amount: $5,000 (Total funding pool available)
Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must be a not-for-profit body with a current and valid ABN, such as an incorporated association, or be auspiced by one.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate the project will benefit the community of King Street and / or the surrounding area.
A single application will only be considered per grant round

Organisational core operating costs such as funding for permanent staff members, insurance and utilities
Commercial activities and organisations
Projects that duplicate existing services and programs
Projects with a sole religious or political purpose
The advancement of sport is not considered as charitable activity by the ATO. Therefore, applications from sporting organisations need to clearly demonstrate a benefit to the wider community. Examples of charitable projects often championed by sporting groups include building and maintaining multi-purpose public facilities, all abilities programs, health promotion and leadership education
The foundation will not consider projects that are vague, have insufficient value or that are of indeterminable value to the community.
Projects that have already been completed, cannot receive retrospective funding under Charitable Law.
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