Environment and sustainability grants
Brisbane City Council offers a range of environment and sustainability related grants for community groups, non-profit organisations and individuals under the Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Program 2013-14.
Grants currently open
The following Council grants for environment and sustainability are now open.
The Environmental Grants provide funding to community based groups and non-profit organisations to undertake environmental initiatives that address local or citywide community environmental issues. This is the second round of Environmental Grants for 2013-14.
Closes: Monday 24 March 2014
Grants currently closed
The following Council grants for environment and sustainability are currently closed.
The Native Wildlife Carer Grants provide financial assistance to groups and individuals involved in rehabilitating and releasing orphaned, sick and injured native wildlife within the Brisbane City Council area.
Council's Cultivating Community Gardens Grants aim to enhance Brisbane's sustainability and liveability by providing funding to local non-profit community groups and organisations to establish, develop and maintain community gardens on Council-owned and other land.
Sustainability Grants provide assistance to non-profit organisations to undertake Level 1 or 2 Energy Audits (according to the Standard AS/NZS 3598:2000) of their facility, supporting the reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.