Grants & funding

Funding options available to organisations through your local Council as well as the state and federal governments.

  • Australia Day Awards Program

    The Australia Day Awards recognise the diverse achievements and valuable contributions individuals make to community life and the vibrancy of the region.

  • Regional Arts Development Fund

    The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Moreton Bay Regional Council and the State Government through Arts Queensland, providing support for arts, culture and heritage development.

  • Individual Achievement Fund

    The Individual Achievement Fund celebrates the leadership and achievement of Moreton Bay residents.

  • Community Grants Program

    Moreton Bay Regional Council offers a variety of community grants for the region’s eligible individuals, sporting and community groups.

  • The Don Perrin Environmental Bursary

    Don Perrin is an icon of the Moreton Bay Region and instrumental in establishing the Redcliffe Botanic Gardens. This bursary has been established to honour his contribution to our community.

  • Voluntary Conservation Program grants

    Landholders who are members of one of Council's Voluntary Conservation Partnership programs can apply for individual grants available up to a maximum of $2,500 per property.

  • National Youth Week Fund

    National Youth Week is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements, vitality and strength of young people aged 12 to 25 and to acknowledge their contribution to every aspect of community life. National Youth Week is held annually in April.

  • Harmony Day Fund

    Harmony Day is held every year throughout Australia on 21 March and aims to recognise and celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity.

  • Seniors Week Fund

    Seniors Week, held annually in August, provides an opportunity to value older people in our communities through celebrating the contribution and commitment they make to the Moreton Bay region.

  • NAIDOC Week Fund

    National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  • Disability Action Week Fund

    Disability Action Week is held annually during September and is a chance to empower people with disability as well as raise awareness of disability issues in our community and across the Moreton Bay region.

  • State & Federal government grants

    You or your organisation may be eligible for a number of Queensland government grants or Commonwealth government grants available to develop and run programs, upgrade or construct new infrastructure or buy and upgrade equipment.

  • Other funding

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