- Last updated:
- 28 Jun 2022
If you require flood recovery grant assistance due to the February-March weather events, be sure to explore the other funding opportunities available to your organisation.
Not-for-profit community organisations can apply for up to $3000 to fund projects that have arisen as a consequence of failure, damage or loss of essential equipment or infrastructure due to unforeseen circumstances.
During a declared Disaster Situation, including COVID-19, applicants can apply for other costs (including, but not limited to, operational costs when an organisation demonstrates financial hardship).
Funding must be for projects or costs which are:
- deemed to be an 'emergency' (requiring rapid response).
- significantly impacting the organisation's ability to continue to operate.
Projects that are covered by insurance are not eligible.
Information on eligibility, category priorities and assessment criteria
When is funding available?
- Applications can be submitted all year round
What funding is available?
- Up to $3,000
When will I know if I have been successful?
- Usually 2 weeks after application submitted
How do I apply?
- Applications must be submitted online
- Costs may be incurred before submitting an application, but council cannot guarantee the application will be successful.
- This program is currently open
What else should I consider when applying for funding?
- Acknowledging council, acquitting your grant, auspicing
- Previous successful applicants
- Help and resources
For any queries please contact the Community Connections Team on (07) 5420 8616 or firstname.lastname@example.org.