Women’s Week Grants Closing Date Extended

Women’s Week Grants Closing Date Extended

Announcing grants for the 2019 Queensland Women's Week

Posted on 09.11.2018

Closing Date Extended!

Now closing Sunday 18 November 2018

The Office for Women are pleased to announce the grants for next year’s Queensland Women’s Week, being held from 2 to 10 March 2019, are now open.

Grants
A total of $150,000 funding is available to support Queensland Women’s Week events, projects and activities that encourage and support Queensland women and girls to improve their financial literacy and capability and/or raise awareness in the community of how we can address the issues that contribute to women’s financial disadvantage and economic insecurity.

Community organisations, councils and P&Cs are encouraged to apply for grants up to $3000.00

Grant applications close 5pm Sunday 18 November 2018.

Contact
All enquiries should be directed to the Office for Women, Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women via email.

More information about Queensland Women’s Week, including an events calendar and online ordering for promotional materials will be available on the  website in the coming months.

For enquiries about other women’s programs and initiatives, please email Women’s Infolink or free call 1800 177 577. You can also join the Queensland Women Facebook page for news, stories and information for Queensland women and girls.

 

 

 

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