Celebrating Multicultural Queensland Grants Program
Multicultural Grants announced
Minister for Multicultural Affairs Grace Grace has announced funding of $1,000,000 for 128 events and projects to be delivered across the state in 2016. These events and projects will celebrate and promote Queensland’s multicultural identity, increase community awareness of benefits of multiculturalism, foster community cohesion, and support equal access to opportunities by people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Find out more about the 2015-16 successful grant recipients.
Successful organisations will be required to:
- enter into, and comply with, a two-part agreement including:
- Particulars (events) (PDF, 187 KB) (RTF, 339 KB)
- Particulars (projects) (PDF, 281 KB) (RTF, 379 KB)
- Terms and Conditions (PDF, 203KB) (DOCX, 60 KB)
- inform the department if they do not want their contact information advertised in Queensland Government publications and websites.
- acknowledge government funding by placing the Queensland Government crest on all publicity and promotional resources produced for the event or project activities (submit a logo request and an electronic version of the crest will be provided)
- provide either an Event Acquittal Report (PDF, 43 KB) (RTF, 60 KB) or a Project Acquittal Report (PDF, 138 KB) (RTF, 176 KB) when the event or project is completed including information about the project outcomes and achievements.
Funded events and projects are automatically included in the Events Calendar. Please provide Multicultural Affairs Queensland with any updates to an event or project activities so they can be reflected in our online calendar.
The next funding round for events and projects to be held in 2017 will open within the 2016-17 calendar year.
If you would like to receive future email communications about multicultural topics, including the opening of future funding rounds, complete the online registration form.
To obtain information on other funding options, refer to the Grant Access Program and then select ‘Upcoming funding opportunities’.
If you have any questions email Multicultural Affairs Queensland.
If you would feel more comfortable discussing the grants program in your own language, please call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) and ask for an interpreter who speaks your language. Wherever possible, we will engage an interpreter and discuss the grants program with you.