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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. 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 (PDF, 404KB), however these are 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.

You can view the successful applicants for round three (PDF, 386KB).

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Acknowledging funding

Organisations and communities who benefit from the Queensland Anzac Centenary Community Grants Program need to comply with funding conditions as part of a funding agreement.

Acknowledging this support informs the community about how public funding is being spent.

Your funding agreement with the Queensland Government means you’re required to use the government Anzac Centenary locked logo along with a written acknowledgement on the materials you produce.

You’re also required to provide an opportunity for a government representative to attend your event or project, by sending an invitation via email or by post to:

Anzac Centenary Coordination Unit
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
PO Box 15185
City East Queensland 4002

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Queensland Anzac Centenary grants program

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Last updated
31 May, 2016

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