Queensland Bushfires - Category C - Flexible Funding Grants Program, Round 2 - Large Grants
An initiative jointly funded under the Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements 2018.
Over two years from 2020 to 2022, a total of $6M (GST exclusive) has been made available through two open funding rounds to provide flexible grants to Queensland-based non-government organisations, research bodies, industry groups and peak bodies, community groups and Local Governments in the 23 disaster affected local government areas of Brisbane (City), Bundaberg, Gold Coast (City), Cook, Fraser Coast, Gladstone, Gympie, Ipswich, Livingstone, Lockyer Valley, Mareeba, Noosa, North Burnett, Redland, Rockhampton, Scenic Rim, Somerset, South Burnett, Southern Downs, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Townsville, and Whitsunday.
This application is for Round 2 funding with a total of $4.2M available.
There are two types of grants are available:
Applicants are required to submit a basic project plan as part of this application, presenting a project overview and significant milestones using the provided template.
Applicants are required to address all criteria and meet program objectives in order to be eligible for grant funding.
We strongly recommended that you read the Funding Information Paper and Fact Sheet prior to commencing this application or visit our website where you can access these documents and other information.
If your organisation is not already a Registered Vendor with the Department, your application must include an Agreement to Issue Recipient Created Tax Invoices form and EFT Application form.
A completed SmartyGrants online application form must be received by the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy with all required documents by 2pm AEST, Thursday 11 February 2021. Online applications only will be accepted.
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