Tourism Industry Resilience Grant

Provides targeted support to the tourism industry in affected areas, assisting them to recover from the impacts of extraordinary disaster events occurring in 2021-22 and build the long-term sustainability of tourism in these regions.

National Palliative Care Projects

Ensures the provision of high-quality palliative care in Australia is supported through workforce development, quality improvement, data development activities, and advance care planning.

Four Year Investment for Organisations

Provides multi-year investment for arts and cultural organisations. This will enable organisations to plan with longer-term certainty and increase their capacity to leverage other support and collaborations.

Teachers Scholarships

Provides professional development opportunities to help teachers excel. The Public Education Foundation’s Teachers Health Early Career Scholarship supports public school teachers in the first three years of their career.

Principal’s Scholarships

Provides opportunities for Principals of government primary and secondary schools to undertake a short professional education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in the USA.

Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize

Advances art and opportunity for emerging and established women artists in Australia. The Ravenswood Australian Women's Art Prize is an annual acquisitive prize that was launched in 2017. It is the highest value professional artist prize for women in Australia.

Research Grants

Supports of the next generation of melanoma researchers in Australia by providing research grants to post-graduate students and early career researchers.

Art Music Fund

Supports new work that is innovative, displays professional compositional craft and represents a benchmark of excellence in its field.

NAIDOC Local Grants

Aims to assist with the cost of activities being held during NAIDOC Week 2023 (2 - 9 July) that celebrate First Nations’ histories, cultures, achievements and continuing contributions to our country and society.

Threatened Species Research Grants

Provides funding to eligible recipients for research projects to improve understanding of Queensland’s threatened flora and fauna species and to improve their conservation and recovery.

Avant Grants

Provides funding to support research, leadership training and education projects designed to make a real difference to how medicine is practised – in particular, the systems and processes.

Community Giving Fund

Supports community groups, organisations and schools working hard to make Brisbane and Queensland a better place.

Disaster Ready Fund

Provides up to one billion dollars over the next five years, from 2023-24, to help communities protect themselves against the impacts of natural hazards across Australia.

Community Grants

Since 2000, Lesbians Inc (Linc) has provided financial backing to lesbians and lesbian-friendly groups in Australia. LInc has established a Community Grants Program to give out $10,000 in grants (up to $1000 per grant) per round.

Rural Economic Development Grants

The Rural Economic Development (RED) Grants offer up to $200,000 as a co-contribution grant to strengthen primary production sectors and bolster rural communities.

Queensland Arts Showcase Program

Focuses on celebrating Queensland’s artists and stories, ensuring Queenslanders’ access to high quality experiences and growing Queensland’s cultural reputation. Objectives of the QASP: - Supports the development and presentation of new arts and cultural works by individual Queensland artists, organisations, and communities - Strengthens skills development, and provide new employment and career development opportunities for [...]

Touring Queensland Fund

Focuses on supporting regional community access to quality arts and cultural events and products.

James Frizelle Charitable Foundation Grants

The James Frizelle Charitable Foundation has been established to support those who have contributed to our great country but may have unfortunately through no fault of their own, fallen on hard times and can no longer speak for themselves.

Mazda Foundation Grants

Aims to fund three priority areas: supporting primary producers facing hardship, programs that address literacy and numeracy issues amongst primary school aged children, and medical research to benefit the Australian community.

Gambling Community Benefit Fund

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) is Queensland’s largest one-off community grants program and distributes approximately $60 million each year to not-for-profit community groups. The GCBF funding helps these groups to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities.

General Grants

Aims to improve social and economic outcomes for people living in Outback Australia.

Queensland Mental Health Commission Sponsorship

Sponsorship enables the Commission to support community awareness events, enhance knowledge sharing and collaboration. The Commission supports a range of events, conferences and other activities after considering how each application meets the assessment criteria.

Local Sporting Champions

Provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships.

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