Thriving Cohesive Communities Grants

Thriving Cohesive Communities Grants

Building cohesive and resilient Queensland communities and foster a strong sense of belonging for all Queenslanders.

Posted on 02.01.2020

Applications are now open for community projects of up to 16 months duration (March 2020 – June 2021) that enable people from all backgrounds, ages and abilities to be included and actively contribute to their local community.

Non-recurrent grant funding of nearly $2 million (exc. GST) is available under three streams:

Stream 1: Community-led social cohesion planning and action
Up to $400,000 (exc. GST) per location for community-led projects in the priority locations of Toowoomba, Rockhampton and Townsville.

Stream 2: Pathways to economic inclusion —
Up to $120,000 (exc. GST) per project for projects that resource established social enterprises to engage vulnerable young people and family members in the community.

Stream 3: Engaging young people to become global citizens
Up to $70,000 (exc. GST) per project for projects that assist people in positions of influence with young people to positively engage them on topics of diversity, inclusion and social cohesion.

Stream 2 is for Social Enterprises based in Queensland, while Streams 1 and 3 are more open.

Click for Eligibility & Application info

 

 

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