We can help you
Searching for grant opportunities can seem like a daunting task but it is well worth the investment of time and effort.
Noosa Council not only provides a range of grants to meet identified needs in our comunity but we can also provide advice to non-profit organisations on a wide range of funding and grant opportunities.
For assistance contact the Community Development team via Council's customer service centre on (07) 5329 6500 or email grants.
The websites below are a good place to start searching for grant opportunities:
- Go to the GrantGuru to search for Community or Business Grants
- Australia Arts Council grants
- Go to Federal Government GrantsConnect
- Queensland's Government Grants Finder
- Comprehensive Grant List (Latest Indigo Gold Grant List )
- QCOSS Grant List
Grants closing soon:
- Gambling Community Benefit Fund - Closing dates: 28 February, 31 May, 31 August and 30 November
- Powership - Your Community Energy - Do you have a community energy project? Send an email to Powershop with some information about your project and they will be sure to get back to you.
- Community Road Safety Grant - Open 17 April, Closes 25 May 2018.
The grants aim to provide opportunities for community organisations to deliver local road safety initiatives with a road safety and educational benefit, drive a fundamental culture change and attitude to road safety in local communities, and encourage innovative new ideas that address current and future local road safety issues.
Ian Potter Foundation – Community Wellbeing ProgramOpens 26 March. Closes 5 June. This program encourages organisations to participate in innovative activities or programs which enhance the wellbeing of the community, or which alleviate homelessness or other disadvantage arising from poverty or other causes. Proposals for collaborative, multi-year projects are encouraged.
'An auspicing body is an incorporated organisation and enables a non-incorporated group to apply for funding and grants. This means that the auspicing organisation receives the money on behalf of the unincorporated group and is responsible for making sure the project is completed and the money is accounted for (acquitted).' says Queensland Council of Social Service.