191128: Maranoa Regional Council – Community Grants
|GRANTS / FUNDING|
|1 Aug – 30 September||Maranoa Regional Council and Senex Community Grant
Funding to community groups for important small-scale activities will double in an innovative three-year partnership between Maranoa Regional Council and Senex Energy.
The partnership has created a Small Grants category under Council’s Community Grants Program, enabling community groups to apply for grants from $500 to $3,000. These funds will be distributed from an annual pool of $30,000 provided equally by Council and Senex. Council will continue to fund the Community Grant and Major Grant categories.
Further information about Senex activities in the Maranoa region can be found on their website www.senexenergy.com.au.
To apply visit http://www.maranoa.qld.gov.au/services/grants or contact your local development officer 1300 007 662
|1 November 2019||Get Started Vouchers – Round 14
Voucher applications open on 17th July 2019 and provide up to $150 to those who can least afford to join a sport or recreation club. The predominate eligibility criteria for the program is for the child/young person, or the parent, guardian or carer, to hold a valid Centrelink Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card with the child/young person’s name on it.
If there are significant issues that prevent the parent/carer/guardian from applying, a referral agent may apply on their behalf.
Voucher applications will close on if not fully allocated as expected prior. For more information visit: https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/getinthegame/getstarted/clubs-terms/#application or if acting as a referral agent, visit https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/getinthegame/getstarted/refer/
|Round 3 closes 28 November 2019||Veteran Community Grant
The Australian Government is inviting organisations through an open, non-competitive process to
The objective of the program is to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the Australian veteran community by providing funding for projects that sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.
The intended outcomes of the program are to:
· Deliver projects that are sustainable, financially viable and have an ongoing benefit for members of the Australian veteran community; and
· Deliver projects that increase opportunities for members of the Australian veteran community, associated with social activity and community participation and/or improve health behaviours and support healthy places.
For more information please visit https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/veteran-and-community-grants-0
|Round 3 closes 6 November 2019||Saluting Their Service Commemorative Program
The Australian Government is inviting applicants through an open competitive process to apply for grant funding during the 2019-20 financial year under Outcome 3.2 – Commemorative Activities -Saluting Their Service Commemorations Program.
The program is designed to preserve Australia’s wartime heritage and to involve people throughout the nation in a wide range of projects and activities that highlight the service and sacrifice of Australia’s service personnel in wars, conflicts and peace operations.
The objective of the program is to acknowledge and commemorate those who served Australia and its allies in wars, conflicts and peace operations.
There are two categories of grants available under the program:
1. Community Commemorative Grants
Grants up to a maximum of $4,000 available for local, community-based projects and activities
2. Major Commemorative Grants
Grants available for major commemorative projects and activities that are significant from a national or state/territory perspective
For the intended outcomes of the grant opportunity, refer to the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.
For more information please visit https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/saluting-their-service-commemorations-program
|Multiple Rounds||Deadly Deals Funding
Deadly Deals provides grants to support Indigenous businesses and innovators to undertake the next step in the development of a product, process or service to market.
Deadly Deals aims to:
· support growth in priority industry areas in Queensland
· help diversify the Queensland economy
· engage and/or benefit regional Queensland
· create new jobs or career pathways for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people
To be eligible for funding, organisations must:
· be an Indigenous business*
· have an Australian Business Number (ABN)
· be registered for GST (at time of application)
· be head-quartered in Queensland
· have no more than 50 full time equivalent staff
· have a product development project supported by a business plan and capable of being completed within 12 months
*For the purposes of Deadly Deals, an Indigenous business is defined as a business that is at least 50 per cent or more owned by an Aboriginal person and or a Torres Strait Islander person. It may take the form of a company, incorporated association or trust. Please visit https://advance.qld.gov.au/entrepreneurs-and-startups-small-business/deadly-deals
|Multiple Rounds||Regional Businesses Support Packages
To support regional businesses with the phasing out of transitional and obsolete electricity tariffs by 2020 a Regional Business Support Package has been designed in response to Queensland Productivity Commission (QPC) recommendations. This package aims to help business customers better understand their electricity use, minimise their electricity costs and make informed choices about future tariff options. The package includes 5 initiatives:
· agricultural tariff trial – tariff trial for small agricultural customers
· large customer adjustment trial – co-contribution grants for up to 10 large business customers
· business tariff information upgrade – development of tariff comparison tools and information
· energy audit advice and information – energy audits for up to 20 regional businesses
For more information please visit https://www.grants.services.qld.gov.au/#/service-details/62403?answers=1002,1003,1001,-2000,4004,-3000,-5000&sortBy=status&sortDir=desc
|The Tackling Tough Times Together
The grant program helps communities access the resources they need to support one another through the ongoing effects of the drought.
Projects can apply for funding between $20,000 and $150,000.
To find out more or apply for a grant please visit the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal website. Round 15 is open now.
For more information: https://www.frrr.org.au/grants/tackling_tough_times_together.php
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