Here’s a small selection of November 2021 grants. Like and Follow our Facebook page for regular updates – GrantsPlus Consulting.
Feature Grant – Stronger Communities Programme
The Stronger Communities Programme from the Australian Government provides each Federal electorate with $150,000 to fund small capital projects. Federal Members of Parliament (MPs) identify potential projects and invite community-based applications from their electorate, usually to the maximum value of $20,000. The project should focus on capital purchases or improvements that support community participation and contribute to vibrant viable communities.
Each Federal electorate has its own process and closing date for Expressions of Interest, so contact your Federal MP for more information.
November 2021 Grants Update
Community Organisation Grants
2021 Ergon – Energex Community Fund
Closing 19 November 2021
Funding of up to $10,000 for community projects. Available to community groups, schools, universities, sports clubs, charities, industry or business associations, local government, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisations. More info here.
Sport Australia – Sporting Schools Program
Round 1 closing 19 November 2021
Funding up to $3,600 for primary school and $2,500 for secondary school. To help schools increase children’s participation in sport and connect them with community sporting opportunities. Read here.
Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Grants Program
Closing 25 November 2021
Grants up to $10,000 for individual applications and $15,000 for joint applications. For community groups and associations to undertake projects related to truth, healing and reconciling histories of people with lived experience of institutional child abuse, across Queensland communities. More info here.
City of Gold Coast Community Grants Program
Opening 1 January 2022, closing 31 January 2022
Funding from $1,000 to $20,000. For projects which provide city-wide benefits to Gold Coast residents. Details here.
Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants Community Facility Program
Round 2 closing 21 February 2022
Funding of up to $200,000. For planning and design for a proposed Community Facility improvement or development project. For the construction phase of a Community Facility improvement, development or maintenance project. Read here.
February GCBF Super Round
Opening mid-January, Closing 28 Feb 2022
From 2022 GCBF will revert to 4 rounds annually, starting with a $100k Super round in February, followed by 3 regular rounds in May, August & October. Read the rules around acquittal and the mandatory one round exclusion period when considering if you should apply in February 2022. Read more here.
City of Gold Coast Community Facility Grants Program
Grants of $5,000 to $250,000. For projects that benefit Gold Coast residents. Applications can either be shovel-ready projects, or seed funding for conceptual ideas to fully scope, plan design and obtain cost estimates for a future project. More info here.
Emerging Athlete Pathways Subsidy
Funding of up to $1,200 to foster the development of young athletes and officials by providing funding support to help alleviate the costs associated with attending events. Read here.
City of Gold Coast Community Event Grants Program
Funding allocated may be exhausted prior to the end of the financial year.
Funding of up to $50,000 to support community organisations to deliver events that are open to the public and are in the public interest. More info here.
Small Business Grants
2021 COVID-19 Business Support Grants for Employing Businesses
Closing 16 November 2021
Funding of $10,000 to $30,000 based on the payroll size of your business. All eligible businesses who apply for a grant during the 3-month application period will receive funding. Details here.
2021 COVID-19 Business Support Grants for Non-employing Businesses & Sole Traders
Closing 16 November 2021
Funding of $1,000 for those affected by Queensland COVID-19 lockdowns in August 2021. Info here.
Lord Mayor’s Women in Business Grant 2021
Closing 9 December 2021
Funding of $5,000 to grow and develop the business affected with COVID-19 situation. For women who own at least 50% of the business, operating 12 months prior and with at least 1 client, and with annual turnover of $50,000 to $500,000. More info here.
Grants of up to $500,000 or 1M based on eligible entity type. Expert advice and guidance for Australian entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, start-ups, Research Commercialisation Entities, and small and medium enterprises who have a novel product, process or service they want to commercialise. More info here.