Alternate Funding Options
Council has a number of Grant Programs which aim to provide opportunities for Townsville residents and community groups.
Below is a list of alternate funding sources which may also be helpful in sourcing financial assistance for projects and ventures.
Local, State and Federal Funding Opportunities
Townsville City Council is excited to provide the Townsville Funding Finder to all local businesses, community groups, not-for-profits and individuals. This site provides a comprehensive list of grant and funding opportunities available to you.
This free service means you will never miss a grant opportunity again. Register to receive emailed alerts for new grants, save your favourites and access tips to help you apply for grants.
Philip Leong Youth Programme
Future for Kids International Association Ltd in partnership with The Philip Leong Advisory Committee created the Philip Leong Youth Programme to give young people a chance to achieve their best, for the benefit of the Townsville community. Each year, we are looking to give support to young people who exhibit the potential and desire to further their talents, but who may without assistance struggle.
How to Apply
See the Philip Leong Youth Programme website for details.
Alternate funding options - General Community Grants
- Queensland Government Grants - Queensland Government grants
- Queensland Community Benefit Fund - General community grants
- Funding centre
- Reef Assist Business Partnerships Grant
Alternate funding options - Art and Culture Grants
Alternate funding options - Heritage Grants
Alternate funding options - Sport and Recreational Grants
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