If you write grants for a community organisation…. This workshop is for you! Learn tricks of the trade & develop a library of information you need to write winning grants!
Virtual Online Workshops
- Monday 10th October 11am-2pm
In Person Workshops
Monday 18th July
- 9am-12pm Highfields, Highfields 55 Highfields Road, Highfields
- 2pm-5pm Toowoomba City Library, 155 Herries Street, Toowoomba
Tuesday 19th July
- 9am-12pm Brookstead Hall, Madelaine St, Brookstead
Places are limited and bookings are essential.
Please RSVP to 131 872.
External Grant Funding Ideas:
The Gambling Community Benefit Fund – www.justice.qld.gov.au – 5 rounds a year and the most popluar and very easy to apply for- up to $35,000
- FRRR- Funding Available | FRRR– this is absolutely a good place to start- there are several grants all different amounts and round closing times but for example:
- Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program | FRRR Closes: 12 August 2022
Thanks to the generous support of Nutrien Ag Solutions, grants up to $5,000 are available to not-for-profit or incorporated organisations in rural and regional Australia to deliver projects that have a charitable purpose to broadly benefit their local community, contributing to its strength and creating long-term positive outcomes.
- Bringing people and community organisations together to foster stronger, more resilient communities;
- Fostering and celebrating a sense of identity, diversity and cultural connection within the community;
- Improving community health and social wellbeing;
- Enabling people to develop skills, knowledge and confidence to lead and contribute to the prosperity and renewal of their community;
- Building a sustainable volunteer base and/or supporting the wellbeing of volunteers;
- Celebrating and resourcing volunteer-led efforts;
- Increasing access and inclusion for vulnerable and disadvantaged groups;
- Enhancing places where communities gather;
- Promoting connection to place and enabling initiatives that champion a community’s social, cultural or economic aspirations.
- Finally the Heritage Bank at Highfields is a great place that does sponsorship of local projects Heritage Bank | Queensland and NSW Bank
- Now as for questions to ask the group:
Before you begin searching for the grant, develop a project plan by asking key questions such as;
- Who are you?
- What are you proposing to do?
- Why does this project need to happen?
- What will change because of this project?
- How are you going to achieve this?
- When are the key dates and milestones?
- Who is involved in the project?
- What costs are involved?
- What will be the outcome?Submitted By:
Team Leader – Community Development
Community Development, Facilities and Tourism
Toowoomba Regional Council