Building Stronger Communities Grants Program – Brisbane City Council

The Building Stronger Communities Grants Program offered by Brisbane City Council is now open.

Building Stronger Communities Grants Program - Brisbane City Council

 

The Building Stronger Communities Grants Program will provide funding to community-based, not-for-profit organisations to deliver projects that develop or improve their facilities, or improve their governance and long term organisational sustainability.

The program provides funds to incorporated not-for-profit community organisations and networks, or unincorporated groups under the auspices of an incorporated not-for-profit organisation.

The Purpose

Brisbane City Council recognises the significant contributions of community organisations in promoting and linking residents to recreation and well being opportunities that positively impact the broader community.

A community facility is a facility that supports community sport, recreational, cultural and social activities and in doing so, helps provide for the physical, cultural, mental and social well being of the community.

By undertaking a project suitable for the Program, your organisation is helping to achieve the Brisbane Vision 2031 for a friendly and safe, active and healthy, and vibrant and creative city.

There are three categories for funding, with category one and two focusing on facility development and maintenance. Category three focuses on improving organisational development, particularly in the area of effective committee management.

The categories are:

  1. community facility maintenance
  2. community facility development
  3. organisational development.

Let TIS assist you with:

•  Assessment of proposed works
•  Design and documentation of project
•  Detailed quotation
•  Assistance with grant submission paperwork

Call 1300 787 003 or use the Contact Form. Ask for Brett, Tony or Brendan.

For more information about the grants and criteria click here to visit the Brisbane City Council website.

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