Last Updated: Friday, 26 June 2020 11:47

Community support grants of up to $2,500 are available with grant rounds available twice annually:

Opening date Closing date
1 July 2020  1 August 2020
1 February 2021 1 March 2021

Who can and can't apply

Organisations can apply for a community support grant if they:

 

Who can't apply:

Eligible and ineligible projects

The community support grant program seeks to provide support for projects that:

 

Community support grants will not fund:

Assessment criteria

 Preference will be given to applications that:

 

How to apply

If you require assistance completing the application, please contact us via phone on 131 872 and ask to speak with your Community Development Officer.

  1. Read the 2.11 Community Support Grant Program Guidelines and check you are eligible:
  2. If eligible, complete the PDF form.

PDF form process

  1. Fill in the Community grants application form (PDF for print). PDF applications can be lodged by the following methods:
    • Email: info@tr.qld.gov.au with the subject line 'Attention: Darryl Bates and/or Fiona Mann'. Applications must be emailed no later than 5pm on the closing date.
    • Mail: Toowoomba Regional Council, Community Development Branch, PO Box 3021, Toowoomba Qld 4350. Applications must be stamped (postmarked) by Australia Post no later than the day of the closing date.
    • In person: Toowoomba Customer Service Centre, 4 Little Street, Toowoomba. Applications must be hand delivered no later than 5pm on the closing date.

 

Application help

Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss their application prior to lodging with a Community Development Officer, to ensure that all required documentation is in place. This provides the best opportunity to be considered for support.

Applicants can attend a community grant workshop or make appointments to see appropriate staff for advice. Contact us to make appointments.

 

Related information

Online statistical tool (providing information on the Toowoomba Region's population and economic breakdown)