Grants & Funding
Townsville City Council is moving towards a new platform for our delivery of grants and partnerships.
We are excited to announce that Townsville City Council will be rolling out our new Grants and Partnership program from 30 January 2019.
Informed by an external consultant, Council has been developing the new program using a process of bench-marking and community collaboration. We are proud to say that 40 community organisations provided feedback to help design our amazing new program.
With a focus on developing, supporting and building our community, we will be offering three main grant categories:
For smaller requests, grant applicants will also be able to apply to the Mayor or seek the support of any Councillor as part of this program. Council will also continue to offer the Regional Arts Development Fund, in partnership with Arts Queensland.
The new program will offer:
- Streamlined and simplified processes.
- Faster assessment timeframes.
- Clear and easy application forms.
- New software from SmartyGrants.
Our team is currently hard at work continuing to design the final details of this exciting new program however the following grants are still currently open:
Supporting the local sporting community through the provision of financial assistance.
Supporting the local Townsville community though a range of grant and sponsorship programs.
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between state and local governments which invests in quality arts and cultural experiences across Queensland based on locally determined priorities.
A series of forms, templates and guidelines for applying for grants and sponsorships.
A list of alternate funding sources which may also be helpful in sourcing financial assistance for projects and ventures. Including the Philip Leong Youth Programme and Theodore Kuchar Scholarship for Excellence in Music.