In support of the Mareeba Shire community, Council monitors grant funding made available by other organisations.
The Community Grant Alerts below provide key details about a selection of current grant opportunities.
If you would like to be on the mailing list to receive Community Grant Alerts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 1300 308 461.
Backing Business in the Bush Fund – Queensland Treasury
This investment program supports small to medium businesses to undertake projects in regional Queensland that: increase productivity, sustainability and competitiveness of Queensland businesses to capitalise on domestic and export growth opportunities; support adaptation to economic change with sustained or increased employment; or assist with adoption of technology and practices to improve environmental sustainability. Grants of between $500,000 and $2M are available and a 50% co-contribution is required.
Applications close 14 January 2024
More Information: Backing Business in the Bush Fund – Queensland Treasury
Grow Cultural Tourism Fund – Arts Queensland
The Grow Cultural Tourism Fund supports the development of new arts and cultural events and experiences that can drive cultural tourism outcomes for Queensland. Funding is available through three streams including feasibility studies, embedding arts and cultural programming into existing non-arts events and increasing the reach and impact of existing events. Grants up to $80K are available and require matched funding co-contribution (1:1).
Applications close 29 February 2024
More Information: Grow Cultural Tourism Fund (arts.qld.gov.au)
Queensland Gives – 2024 General Fund and Regional Grant-Making
Grants are available for Queensland DGR1 charities to build their organisational capacity in order to deliver improved outcomes in the community. The 2024 grant round focuses on but is not limited to organisations helping communities impacted by the housing crisis or mental health. The 2024 General Fund provides grants up to $30,000 to assist charities develop their structures, systems, people and skills. The 2024 Regional Grant-Making stream provides grants of $5K to $30K for one off projects that strengthen the community, reduce disadvantage or find solutions to community issues.
Applications close 15 December 2023.
More information: Grants (Close 15 Dec 2023) – Queensland Gives