Grants, awards and sponsorships
Brisbane City Council provides grants for community groups and non-profit organisations to improve services and facilities. Council also offers grants for creative workers and historians, and for projects that improve the environment and sustainability and school sports facilities. Support is available for Men's Sheds and seniors groups. Council also gives Australia Day Awards over a number of categories each year. Find out more, including grant terms and conditions and information about Council sponsorship.
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Lord Mayor’s COVID-19 Direct Assistance Program
This Program will support our community organisations by providing direct financial assistance our communities need as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lord Mayor's Community Fund
The Lord Mayor's Community Fund supports community projects that build stronger communities in Brisbane. Find out how you can apply.
Seniors Celebration Donation
The Seniors Celebration Donation helps senior citizens' groups to cover the cost of activities such as social outings and Christmas parties.
Environment and sustainability grants
Funding is available for projects that improve our natural environment and sustainability.
Summary of programs
Read a summary of all available Council grant programs for groups, organisations and individuals.
Council welcomes opportunities to work with organisations delivering projects that will help us deliver our vision for Brisbane.
Creative and history grants
Council offers a full range of creative and history grants, fellowships and awards.
2021 Lord Mayor's Australia Day Awards
The awards pay tribute to the people in our community who have gone above and beyond to help improve the lives of others and enhance our city.
Other grants, awards and supporting information
Some grants are now open for community groups and non-profit organisations to develop and improve facilities and services in Brisbane.
Brisbane City Council provides financial assistance to schools for sports facility upgrades.
View the journeys of two successful applicants to Council's grant programs.