Pathways out of Homelessness Grant recipients 2019-20

The following Pathways out of Homelessness Grant Program applicants were approved in the 2019-20 grant round.

Successful grant recipients received funding to deliver projects to enable new, innovative and sustainable solutions to address the growing community issue of homelessness.

A total of 11 organisations received funding to a total value of $3,000,000.

Some applicants received single-year funding and some funding across three years.

Single year funding

Organisation Project Amount approved
Foodbank Queensland Limited Ready-Made Meal Distribution $154,715.15
LawRight LawRight’s Passport Project – Journeying to Legal and Financial Stability $106,160
Mount Gravatt Community Centre Inc The HOPE (Housing Options Practical Employment) Project $107,215
Murrie Watch Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation First Steps: Breaking the Cycle of Indigenous Homelessness $150,000

Multi-year funding

Organisation Project Amount approved
139 Club Limited iAM Year 1 - $66,175
Year 2 - $35,055
Year 3 - $35,055
Annerley Baptist Church Community Connection & Belonging Year 1 - $44,345
Year 2 - $144,485
Year 3 - $141,610
Beyond DV Ltd Pathways to HOPE

Year 1 - $102,696
Year 2 - $150,330
Year 3 - $139,215

Brisbane Youth Service Inc Positive Transitions Project Year 1 - $68,154
Year 2 - $183,923
Year 3 - $197,913
Communify Queensland Ltd Sustaining at Risk Tenancies Year 1 - $61,250
Year 2 - $150,000
Year 3 - $150,000
Micah Projects Ltd Towards Home: Supporting People, Integrating Systems,
Pathways out of Homeless to Employment, Sustainable
Housing, Personal Support
Year 1 - $77,586
Year 2 - $186,207
Year 3 - $186,207
Mission Australia HOW: Housing Older Women Year 1 - $61,250
Year 2 - $150,000
Year 3 - $150,000
Last updated: 25 June 2021
Topics: grants