COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM
Council supports not-for-profit organisations with funding for community based projects under its grants program.
Funding under the 2018/2019 financial year:
Applications must be received by the Council by no later than 5pm on the funding round closing date. Dates for Round 2 may be subject to change. Round 1 closed on 1 October 2018.
|Grant Type||Round 2 Opens||Round 2 Closes||Notification of Applicants|
($500 - $10,000)
|1 February 2019||31 March 2019||Allow 6 - 8 weeks from closing date.|
($10, 001 - $20,000)
|1 Februray 2019||31 March 2019||Allow 6 - 8 weeks from closing date.|
See below for a list of successful applicants for Round 1 for 2018/19.
HOW TO APPLY
Celebrating the good news are Jon Hacker from 'Summerhope' and Gavin Burey from 'Maree Downs' both members of the Muckadilla TopCrop Group.
Applications must be submitted on the approved application form relevant to the funding type.
Applicants should contact their Local Development Officer on 1300 007 662 to discuss their project prior to submitting their application.
GRANTS PROGRAM ACQUITTAL
Grant recipients are required to complete the relevant Acquittal Report within two (2) months of the completion of the project, or by the due date specified in the Grant Acceptance Agreement (whichever is earlier).
COMMUNITY GRANTS AND ASSISTANCE RECOGNITION
It is a requirement that successful applicants recognise Maranoa Regional Council, where appropriate, in media and advertising opportunities.
Please download the Maranoa Regional Council logo.
Tips for Success
- Discuss your project and application with your Local Development Officer
- Make sure your project is in line with Council's Community Plan – include a reference!
- Start gathering support documentation early i.e. financial statements, letters of support
- Submit your application early and ask for feedback
- Answer all questions and sign where required
2018/19 GRANTS PROGRAM RECIPIENTS
Roughlie Community Centre
|Fencing of Children’s Playground||$4,295|
|Roma Aero Club||Installation of Furniture in Common Area||$3,000|
|Surat Hospital Auxiliary||Surat Hospital Community Fete||$3,629|
|Surat Ladies Bowling Club||Cooling Down the Club – Installation of Air-conditioning||$2,302|
|Roma Show Showjumping Group||Purchase of Event Showjumping Equipment||$4,190|
|Roma Polocrosse Club||Polocrosse Grounds Water Infrastructure Upgrades||$10,000|
|Eumamurrin Gun Club||‘Looking Forward’ – Installation of capital items including clay target trap, generators, containers, plumbing and power.||$11,000|
2017/18 GRANTS PROGRAM RECIPIENTS
Australian Campdraft Association
|Purchase of equipment for meeting area.||$4,963|
|Injune Professional Rodeo Association||Renewal of safety fence at Injune Rodeo Grounds.||$7,000|
|Mitchell RSL Combined Sporting Club||Cricket pitch/wicket refurbishment.||$2,248|
|Muckadilla TopCrop||Muckadilla TopCrop Field Day 2018.||$9,868|
|Murilla Landcare Group Inc||Harrisia Cactus Control in Jackson.||$959|
|Roma Rednecks Mud Racing Club||Repairs to the race track.||$5,000|
|Roma Touch Association||Repairing playing field - purchase of turf cutting machine.||$4,875|
|Roma Show Society||Refurbishment of Bassett Park Stables||$2,150|
|Wallumbilla Rifle Club||Range Earthworks||$6,952|