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Funding to support local community, cultural, sporting and environmental projects and initiatives. Maximum $3,000 per application. Maximum $5,000 per financial year.
Each financial year, the Mayor and Councillors may allocate funding to community organisations for community purposes. Maximum $2,000 per financial year.
Funding to support community, cultural, sporting and environmental activities and events in the Moreton Bay Region. Maximum $10,000 per application.
Funding to develop new, or improve existing, community facilities in the Moreton Bay Region. Maximum $30,000 per application.
Loans are available for eligible sporting and community groups to develop new or improve existing community facilities. Maximum $50,000.
Funding for activities, events and celebrations related to Disability Action Week, Harmony Week, NAIDOC Week, Queensland Youth Week and Seniors Month. Maximum $1,000.
Council’s Sponsorship Program supports significant events and activities with economic benefits for the Region. Various amounts.
Funding for initiatives that build local cultural capacity and innovation, and promote the value of arts, culture and heritage in the Moreton Bay Region.
Funding to support community organisations in the delivery of initiatives that advance the Moreton Bay regional economy. Maximum $10,000.
Funding to support individuals who have qualified or have been selected by a peak body to represent Queensland or Australia. Maximum of $350 for Youth Achievement and $1,000 for Commonwealth and recognised Olympic events.
Funding for eligible landholders to complete environmental projects to protect and enhance native vegetation and wildlife habitat. Maximum $2,500.
A partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast to support young people experiencing financial hardship achieve their higher education goals.