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Queensland Remembers Grants Program

The Queensland Government has committed $4 million over three annual rounds for the Queensland Remembers Grants Program for eligible organisations who provide service and support for Queensland veterans and their families.

The Queensland Remembers Grants Program offers three grant funding streams:

  • Minor capital works grants program
  • Major capital works grants program
  • Community grants program.

Applications for the 2021 round have now closed. Successful applicants are due be announced in March 2022*.

Applications for the 2022 round are due to open in July 2022*.

Guidelines for the 2022 round will be published when it opens. You can download the 2021 guidelines for reference, noting they may be subject to change:

*Please note that these dates are tentative and maybe subject to change.

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Organisations interested in future rounds of the Queensland Remembers Grants Program are encouraged to subscribe below to receive updates when new information is available.

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Further information

For further information, please contact the Queensland Remembers team.

Please note, to be fair and equitable, it is not possible to provide information about the status of individual applications during the assessment process and prior to announcement.


Other grant programs providing funding support

Other grant funding may be available through various local, state and national grant programs.

Anzac Day Trust Fund
Queensland Government

Administered under provisions of the Anzac Day Act 1995, The Anzac Day Trust Fund offers annual payments to institutions, organisations or associations that provide assistance to ex-service men and women and their dependants.

Find out more

Gambling Community Benefit Fund
Queensland Government, Department of Justice and Attorney-General

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund is Queensland’s largest one-off grants program. Its objective is to allocate funding to not-for-profit community groups to enhance their capacity to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities. Funding of up to $35,000 (including GST) is available with four funding rounds per year.

Find out more

Veteran and Community Grants
Australian Government, Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Veteran and Community Grants program aims to maintain and improve the independence and quality of life for members of the veteran community by providing funding for projects that support activities and services to sustain or enhance health and wellbeing.

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Grants and bursaries
Australian Government, Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Grants and bursaries offered to groups that deliver services for veterans and their families, and that commemorate Australia's wartime heritage. They also award some education grants to students whose parent or grandparent is a veteran.

Find out more

Information on other grants programs and assistance available to Queenslanders can be found at: