Community Grants - Round 2, 2019 - 2020 is now open, closing 5pm 28 February.
The Community Grants Program will provide financial support to community groups for projects and events which benefit the region. Not-for-profit community groups can apply for funds that benefit the local Scenic Rim community. Grants are administered in two rounds per financial year.
Round 1 2019 - 2020 Now closed.
Council recognises the valuable contribution the sport and recreation community makes in supporting the healthy and active lifestyle we enjoy within the Scenic Rim. As part of Council's commitment to assist and improve the viability of our clubs, we are inviting not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations to apply for funding from the Sport and Recreation Grants Program. Eligible projects include minor infrastructure or facility improvements and minor capital projects.
Not for profit incorporated organisations can apply for funds between $5,000 and $10,000. Projects under $5,000 are not eligible for a Sport and Recreation Grant but may be eligible under the Community Grant Program. See the Community Grant Program Guidelines above.
Please be advised that the guidelines are reviewed annually to ensure the program continues to meet the needs of our sport and recreation community.
Organisations applying for a State Government Grant (for example Community Benefit Fund) are required to consult with Council and apply for a letter providing In-Principle Support for the proposed project.
Requests for In-Principle Support must include the following information:
All In-Principle Support requests are to be submitted to email@example.com.
For any initial enquires regarding In-Principle Support for a State Government grant, please contact Counci's Healthy and Active Officer by phoning (07) 5540 5111.
The RADF program promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers to support diversity and inclusivity and to grow strong regions. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Scenic Rim Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
Council applies for funding from Arts Queensland each year in order to provide training, education and employment opportunities for Queensland artists and local communities. Local arts and cultural workers can apply to Council for funding for professional services, travel costs to attend seminars, productions, exhibitions, workshops, research and promotion. The elected Arts Reference Group will make recommendations to Council for allocation of funds.
For up-to-date information, important dates and supporting material visit the Live at the Centre website.
Scenic Rim Regional Council's annual Australia Day Awards program is held to acknowledge the significant contributions made by individuals and groups to the community. Being nominated for an Australia Day Award is a great honour. The Awards give the community the opportunity to publicly recognise and reward an outstanding person. You are invited to nominate a friend, family member, community leader or a colleague - the unsung heroes who you believe makes the Scenic Rim a great place to live. Let's give them the recognition they deserve.
|Community Involvement Award||Koorablyn Valley Community Development Assn|
|Citizen of the Year (16-30 Years)||Grace McDonald|
|Citizen of the Year (31-65 Years)||Mark Ayers|
|Citizen of the Year (65+ Years)||Frank White|
|Mayor's Award||Lesley Klan|