Major Community Grants Program
Council's Major Community Grants Program is for non-recurrent grants between $1000 and $4000 and are available for not-for-profit community organisations to undertake projects, activities or events which benefit the wider community.
Applications are assessed on merit and the availability of funds.
Please review the updated Major Community Grants Program Guidelines before applying.
Please note applications are currently closed.
|Round 1||Round 2|
|Applications open||15 August 2023||TBA|
|Applications close||15 September 2023||TBA|
|Assessment of applications||October 2023||TBA|
|Recommendations to Council||October 2023||TBA|
|Funds granted||November 2023||TBA|
|Grant acquittal||Two months after project completion|
To support our local groups and help build a stronger community, a total of 11 not-for-profit community organisations have been awarded grants for a variety of different projects that benefit the Lockyer Valley within the first round of the 2023-2024 financial year. Projects have ranged from purchasing equipment to help community groups operate easier, to helping fund facility upgrades and repairs.
Council's Community Grants Program awards successful applicants with non-recurrent grants of between $1000 and $4000, made available to not-for-profit community organisations to undertake projects, activities or events which benefit the wider community, depending upon availability of funds and the merit of the projects, activities or events.
Recipients of this program in 2023-2024 are:
- Gatton Kindergarten Association Inc.
- Gatton Soccer Club Inc.
- Gatton Table Tennis Association Inc.
- Glenore Grove Public Hall Association Inc.
- Helidon State School P&C Association
- Laidley Golf Club Inc.
- Lockyer Valley Art Society Inc.
- Lockyer Valley Netball Association Inc.
- Lowood and Gatton Gymnastics Inc.
- Murphys Creek Neighbourhood Centre Association Inc.
- Murphys Creek Progress Association Inc.