Grants Information

Grants Information

Stronger Communities Fund - EOIs now closed

Round 6 of the Stronger Communities Fund will support Australia’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a unique opportunity for local organisations to apply for funding for projects that will improve social participation and build stronger, more vibrant communities within Wide Bay.

The minimum grant amount is $2,500, and the maximum grant amount is $20,000.

Expressions of Interest for the Stronger Communities Programme Round 6 (SCP Rd 6) closed on Monday 15 February.

A local committee will assess the expressions of interest and then invited applicants will proceed to the formal application stage which must be completed and lodged by 22 March 2021.

Grants Information

A range of Federal Government grants are available to organisations in the electorate of Wide Bay, covering a wide variety of needs and community interests.

Some popular programs include:

To receive notification when a new grant round opens for Wide Bay groups or individuals, please sign up to my grants advice mailing list.  Or you can use the form below to let me know what your organisation needs, and one of my staff will be in touch to discuss possible funding opportunities.

The GrantConnect website also has a comprehensive list of opportunities, and Is updated regularly. Should further capital or infrastructure funding opportunities become available, information can be found on there.

If you would like to receive email alerts when new Federal grants are released in Wide Bay, please submit your details below.

Request a Letter of Support or Grants Reference

If you are applying for a grant and would like a Letter of Support, please fill out the form below, giving as much notice as possible to ensure your letter is produced in time.

Referee requests for Community Gambling Benefit Fund grants can also be made below. Letters of Support or written references from Mr O’Brien are not required for Community Gambling Benefit Fund applications as they are conducted by telephone.