Other Grants Other Grants

On this page you will find a list of current funding and grant opportunities.


Gambling Community Benefit Fund

Gambling Community Benefit Fund is a Queensland Government grant from the Department of Justice and Attorney General.

Australia Wide Grants and Funding Resource

Please check the following website for a list of funding and grants available in your area:



Santos Community Fund

Santos Community Fund – Santos

Applications can be submitted any time

Amount: Minor Sponsorships (under $2,000) and Major Sponsorships (over $2,000)

Santos has a focus on the themes of arts/culture, community wellbeing, education/youth, environment, health and Indigenous. Application forms and further information is available on their website.



2016 Sportstar Awards

The Sportstar awards are now open for nominations!

The inaugural Sportstar Awards were held in 1991, to celebrate the sporting performances of 1990 for junior and senior athletes. The aim of the awards was to recognise the efforts of the best sports people in North Queensland and to encourage them to go onto greater heights.

Nominations are open in the following categories:



Athlete with a Disability

Service to Sport


Glencore Community Program North Queensland

Applications are called once per year and close on 30 September each year.

Guidelines and Application Form

Local contact - Jemma Schweikert  (07) 4744 3140  jemma.schweikert@glencore.com.au 


Sunsuper Community Funding

Dreams for a better world

Sunsuper offers 4 rounds of funding per year with a different focus per round. 3 finalists receive $5,000 with the potential to win up-to $25,000. Entrants must nominate a non-for-profit, community group or registered charity, who supports the community or charity group of an Australian-based cause. 



Quick Response Grants

Quick Response Grants- For the Arts

Up- to $1500 for individuals and up-to $3000 for organisations for professional development or community arts projects.



Get Playing Plus

The Get Playing Plus program will provide funding for developing new and upgrading existing infrastructure that demonstrate a strong ability to increase participation opportunities, meet service gaps in existing infrastructure and address regional needs.

For more information visit the website and read the guidelines.
Project Proposal forms are available from Sport and Recreation Services. Contact the Mount Isa office on 4747 2186.


Australian Sports Commission - Local Sporting Champions

The Local Sporting Champions program is designed to support young people participating in state, national and international level sporting championships as either an athlete, coach or official.



Australian Sports Commission - EITAAP

In order to be eligible to apply for an EITAAP grant an indigenous sportsperson and their sponsoring organisation must meet certain criteria.