QLD State Grants and Funding
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Young Athlete Assistance Program
Links to Other Funding Sources
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Jupiters Casino Community Benefit Fund (JCCBF) provides grants to Queensland based not-for-profit community groups (within the geographical jurisdiction of Queensland and New South Wales border, to the northern boundaries of Boulia, Winton, Aramac, Belyando and Broadsound), for projects of broad community benefit.
The Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) provides grants to Queensland based not-for-profit community groups, for projects of broad community benefit.
The Volunteer Grants Program provides small grants to volunteer groups in the ‘not for profit' sector of our community.
The Queensland Government, through the Department of Communities, Sport and Recreation provides funding towards new improved opportunities for people to participate in sport and active recreation, to improve the skills of the sport and recreation industry providers and participants, and to provide places for Queenslanders to 'Get Active'.
GrantsLINK makes it easier to find suitable and relevant grants for your community projects from the many Australian government grants that are available. This website helps you find funding available under a variety of grant programs for individuals, businesses and communities to help you to develop solutions to local and national problems, fund ideas and initiatives or provide assistance in times of hardship