15 April, 2019 –
Congratulations to Stafford’s successful grant recipients for Round 99 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF).
Kedron State School P&C, Chermside Burul Scout Group, and United Swimming Club are among 643 grass-roots clubs and organisations across Queensland sharing in $13.7 million of funding to improve their facilities, provide services or purchase new equipment.
- Kedron State School Parents and Citizens Association – $35,000 to purchase and install softfall
- Chermside Burul Scout Group – $35,000 for ablution block upgrade
- United Swimming Club Inc – $17,958 to upgrade starting blocks
The GCBF is Queensland’s largest one-off grants program for community-based, not-for-profit organisations. The fund delivers grants for worthwhile projects from $500 to $35,000.
Applications for Round 101 are now open and close on May 31, 2019 – if your organisation has a project in mind, the GCBF wants to hear about it.
For more information or to apply visit http://www.justice.qld.gov.au/grants