The Queensland Anzac Centenary Community Grants Program helps communities commemorate the Australian centenary of the First World War and the outstanding service and sacrifice of Queensland’s men and women.
We have so far proudly supported over 180 community projects and events with over $4 million in funding, to commemorate the role played by individual citizens or their community as a whole in Australia’s First World War effort.
Apply for a grant
Round four of the Queensland Anzac Centenary Community Grants Program is expected to open later this year and will have a nomination period of seven weeks. An online workshop, hosted by the Chair of the grants program, will be held during this period to answer any questions regarding the application process. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to receive announcements relating to the online workshop and the grants program. If you are interested in applying for a grant, it's important to start preparing now and ensure your organisation and project are eligible to receive funding. The round four eligibility criteria will be provided in the round four guidelines.
With your application, you are required to supply:
- a valid ABN
- comprehensive budget information
- a copy of your organisation's certificate of incorporation
- a copy of your organisation's constitution or governing rules
- two current letters of support for your project. These should be from relevant respected community representatives external to the applicant organisation, or your local Member of Parliament, Councillor or Mayor.
- details of any other sources of funding
- copy of your bank statement
- copy of appropriate insurance certificates (Public Liability $20 million)
- quotes, art work, relevant permits or other supporting materials.
You can view the round three guidelines, however this is an example only. The program guidelines (including the terms and conditions) and application process may be varied or cancelled at any time, whether before, on or after the closing date.
Grants are available for historical research and educational projects, the preservation and conservation of First World War history, the acquisition of First World War memorabilia, the restoration or enhancement of memorials and honour boards and public Anzac Centenary events.
Other grant funding is also available through various local, state and national grant programs.
Previous grant project profiles
Learn more about some of the exciting projects successful grantees of round one and two are undertaking to commemorate the Anzac Centenary.
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