Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program 2018-19 grant recipients

The following Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program applicants were approved in the 2018-19 grant round.

Successful grant recipients receive funding to improve access and inclusion in Brisbane.

A total of 16 organisations received funding to a total value of $600,000.

Funding recipients for the Access and Inclusion Community Partnership Program for 2018-19 listed by organisation, project summary and amount approved.
OrganisationProjectAmount approved
Brookfield Show Society Inc.Build an access ramp for the mobility impaired and an adjacent road will be reconstructed to allow emergency vehicle access.$50,000
Epilepsy Queensland Inc.Develop age-appropriate, factual and engaging resources that increase awareness and knowledge about seizures and epilepsy among the elderly.$48,506
Help Enterprises LimitedConstruct a sealed all-weather disability access pathway.$50,000
Intraining Running & Triathlon Club Inc.Enhance programs to support engagement in beginner and experienced running programs for people with disability.$16,351.50
Mitchelton Seventh-day Adventist ChurchUpgrade the unsealed car parks for the church and its hall to asphalt.$50,000
Northern Suburbs Bowls Club Inc.Remodel and extend the existing male toilets to include a unisex accessible toilet. Demolition work and asbestos removal is required.$50,000
Oxley Bowls ClubConstruct a new unisex accessible toilet that requires minimal demolition and remodelling of the existing facility.$11,000
Rocks Community Garden Inc.Upgrade the garden's internal pathways to provide a clear, uninterrupted path of travel for people with mobility issues.$50,353.60
S.b.h. Queensland Inc.Mobility Independence Program for people with spina bifida.$15,295.28
St John's Oxley Community Men's ShedUpgrade an existing toilet to an accessible toilet by undertaking minimal remodelling of the existing structure of the building.$19,195
Stepping Stone Clubhouse Inc.Install an accessible toilet by remodelling an existing toilet and laundry area.$40,909
Taylor Bridge Rugby Club Inc.Introduce the Modified Rugby Program, designed for boys and girls with learning and perceptual disabilities.$6000
The Mcleod Country Golf ClubPurchase a paragolfer for use by anyone with disability or a stability issue who wishes to learn or play golf.$39,000
The Metropolitan Senior Citizens CentreUpgrade driveways and car parks and install internal automatic sliding doors and door openers.$50,000
World Wellness Group LimitedConstruct a small ramp at the front entrance of the clinic and modify existing toilets to improve disability access.$50,000
Yarranlea P&F CommitteeInstall an accessible toilet. This includes significant remodelling work to convert a storeroom and existing toilets to be able to provide a unisex accessible toilet.$50,000

 

Last updated:7 May 2019