Mid-tier organisations promoting social cohesion and fostering community integration, primarily in the arts, the environment including but not limited to drought, and indigenous languages may be eligible to apply for a grant up to a maximum of $30,000.

School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade

Applications close: 18 March 2019

The School Sport and Recreation Facility Upgrade Program is funded by Brisbane City Council and Education Queensland. It provides financial assistance to Brisbane state schools to fund the upgrade of existing school sport and recreation facilities to increase community and school use. Funding amounts range from $5000 to $30,000.

Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund

Applications close: 31 March 2019

If you are a school or community group that provides health and wellbeing, safety, sport, education, environment or other community benefits, you may be eligible to apply. Simply select ‘The Giving Fund’ when completing your online application below, and tell us in 1,000 words or less (or provide a video link) as to how your group will benefit from a cash grant.

Community Heritage Grants

Applications close: 6 May 2019

Grants of up to $15,000 are available to assist in preserving Australian cultural heritage collections that are publicly accessible, locally held and nationally significant. Not-for-profit organisations, such as historical societies, regional museums, archives, galleries, public libraries and Indigenous and migrant community groups, are encouraged to apply.

Tim's Clayfield Community Grants (Round 3)

Applications close: 31 May 2019

Five grants of up to $200 each will be available through two rounds each year. They aim to provide financial support for local groups who support our community and to individuals needing assistance to travel to sporting/other competitions.