Brisbane City Council's grants programs provide funding to help local non-profit community groups to develop and improve facilities and services in Brisbane. Grants are also given to individuals who require financial assistance to promote creativity and the arts, encourage historical, cultural and physical events and activities, take care of sick or injured native wildlife and help others in their community.
Grants currently open
The following Council grants for community groups and non-profit organisations are currently open for application.
The Lord Mayor's Suburban Initiative Fund supports community groups in recognition of the vital contribution made towards building stronger communities in Brisbane.
Closes: Friday 12 June 2015, or when Ward budget allocation reached.
Update: Applications for Enoggera Ward are now closed as the Ward budget has been fully allocated.
Grants currently closed
The following Council grants for community groups and non-profit organisations are currently closed.
These grants provide funding to local non-profit community groups to increase participation in community sport and recreation.
These grants encourage projects that respond to local and city-wide community issues with objectives including, but not limited to, increasing community identity and connections, and increasing social inclusion and reducing isolation.
This grants program supports Men's Shed groups in Brisbane.
This program provides funding to community organisations for projects or services that respond to the housing and social needs of homeless people, or those living in social housing.
This grant program provides strategic funding to community-based, not-for-profit sporting clubs who plan to deliver projects that demonstrate a commitment to operating in a sustainable manner.
This program provides funds to community organisations, groups or networks for projects or services that improve access and inclusion in Brisbane.
This program provides financial assistance to community netball clubs and Brisbane state, independent and private schools to construct new netball facilities or upgrade existing netball facilities for community use.
This program offers financial assistance to community groups facing financial hardships and providers of affordable housing.
After viewing the programs, if you're not sure whether your project is suitable, contact Council and request help from the Grant Unit who can also:
- give you advice on how to fill out the application form
- answer questions about the application process
Register your details
If you would like to be notified about opening dates of the next grant rounds, you can register your contact details online with My Community Directory.
Click the 'join for free' button and follow the prompts. Council will access this data to email community organisations when appropriate grant programs open for application.