Grants are an important source of funding for many Clayfield community groups, sporting clubs and not-for-profit-organisations. Please see below a list of links which can assist you in finding grants that may be suitable to you and your organisation.
COMMUNITY, SPORTS & RECREATION - for parents & kids
Get Started Vouchers Program - A voucher of up to $150 is available for children and young people who can least afford or may otherwise benefit from joining a sport or recreation club. Parents can apply for a voucher to help pay for club membership and participation fees.
Young Athletes Travel Subsidy - This program aims to foster the development of young athletes and support elite athlete pathways by providing financial assistance to help alleviate the costs associated with attending championship events.
Local Sporting Champions Program - A program giving young athletes (aged 12–18) grants of up to $500 to pay for travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at recognised sporting championships.
COMMUNITY, SPORTS & RECREATION - for clubs & organisations
Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) - Not-for-profit groups operating in Queensland can apply for grants from $500 to $35,000 through the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF). This fund is Queensland’s largest one-off grants program, distributing approximately $54 million per year. The fund allocates grants to not-for-profit community groups, to enhance their capacity to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities.
Female Facilities Program - available to local governments and sport and recreation organisations, with up to $500,000 to develop female facilities.
Get Playing Places and Spaces program - available for eligible not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations, with up to $150,000 to help improve your facilities.
Get Playing Plus program - available for eligible councils and not-for-profit sport or recreation organisations, with up to $1,500,000 to help improve your infrastructure.
Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program - available for eligible not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations to apply for up to $25,000 to support the re-establishment of club operations following severe weather events.
Queensland Footy Facilities Fund - available for eligible QRL clubs or councils providing facilities for QRL clubs to improve the quality, access and condition of identified community rugby league facilities across Queensland.