Upgrading sport and recreation facilities
- The Female Facilities Program is available to local governments and sport and recreation organisations, with up to $500,000 to develop female facilities.
- The Get Playing Places and Spaces program is available for eligible not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations, with up to $150,000 to help improve your facilities.
- The Get Playing Plus program is available for eligible councils and not-for-profit sport or recreation organisations, with up to $1,500,000 to help improve your infrastructure.
- The Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program is available for eligible not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations to apply for up to $25,000 to support the re-establishment of club operations following severe weather events.
- The Queensland Footy Facilities Fund is available for eligible QRL clubs or councils providing facilities for QRL clubs to improve the quality, access and condition of identified community rugby league facilities across Queensland.
- QRIDA offers grants and funding to help with the cost of repairs to eligible not-for-profit organisations affected by a natural disaster.
- Your local council may provide funding to help you upgrade your facilities or recover from a disaster.
- Brisbane City Councils offers community grants to help not-for-profit organisations improve their facilities and services.
- Register your club to accept Get Started Vouchers—up to $150 can be used by eligible children to help pay for club membership and/or participation fees through the Get Started program.
- The Get Going Clubs program can help you grow your club—up to $7,500 is available for eligible not-for-profit organisations for projects that create more opportunities to participate.
Other funding resources
- Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation (QORF) has a list of grants and funding resources.
- Community door provides information about funding for organisations to deliver community services.
- Not-for-profit community groups can apply for funding between a minimum of $500 and a maximum of $35,000 through the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
- Volunteering North Queensland has information about funding programs for community and not-for-profit groups.