Country Idealist Profiles

Queensland Funding and Grants (4)

Posted in Australia, Queensland (Australia), Queensland (Australia) Third sector by valeria80 on August 19, 2008

Community Help Grants

NRMA Insurance is providing grants of up to $5000 for projects that help make your community safer and more sustainable. Community groups can apply for grants in the areas of emergency services, crime and injury prevention and the environment. www.nrma.com

The Writing Wizards

The Writing Wizards have been providing professional writing services throughout Townsville and North Queensland since 2001. They assist companies, including community organisations, with the preparation of funding applications, grant writing and policy and procedure manuals.

The Cowboys Community Fund

The NQ Toyota Cowboys, supported by Coca-Cola, have launched a charitable trust – The Cowboys Community Fund. The fund’s main aim is to provide encouragement and financial assistance in improving the quality of life for young people in North Queensland. The trust raises funds through a variety of activities, which are then distributed to charitable community causes.

www.cowboys.com.au

Volunteer Small Equipment Grants (VSEG)

The Volunteer Small Equipment Grants (VSEG) is designed to help Australia’s volunteers support their vital work. This funding, provided by the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, will provide grants of up to $3,000 (GST inclusive) for community organisations to help them purchase portable and tangible items of small equipment that will make the work of their volunteers easier, safer and/or, more enjoyable.

www.facs.gov.au

Source: http://www.volunteeringnthqld.org.au/grants.htm

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