Community groups across the state are invited to apply for a share of $100,000 in project funding, thanks to the Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants.
Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants is our way of giving back to communities, and paying it forward to our Charity Partner, Ronald McDonald House North Australia.
Applications are now open until 5pm on Friday 8th May 2020.
What is a Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant project?
It’s a project that makes a practical difference to the lives of people in Queensland communities. We’re looking to support projects that enable people to participate, experience, grow, learn, reach out, connect, make a difference and be safe.
Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants are a monetary grant of between $5000 and $30,000 that are awarded from a pool of $100,000 to eligible not-for-profit community organisations*.
In the spirit of paying it forward, our Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant recipients partner with us to fundraise 10% of their approved grant amount on behalf of our Charity Partner, Ronald McDonald House North Australia or Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland Chapters.
That really is good for good.
Learn more about our Charity Partner.
Important Steps for Applications
Step 1. Ensure your organisation meets the Good for Good Community Grants eligibility criteria
Step 2. Develop and refine the scope of your project using the application guidelines
Step 3. Contact your closest Queensland Country Bank Branch Manager to introduce
your organisation and talk with them about your project
Step 4. Submit application online between 12am (AEST) Monday 30 March 2020 and 3pm (AEST) Friday 8 May 2020
Please note: The grant applications form needs to be completed all at once, you will not be able to save and return to the form. You can download a copy of what is included in the application to plan you application prior to starting the online application.