Grants Database

  • Program Area: Major Grants
  • Amount: $1,750,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Seed Foundation Australia

Growing Our Own

To support the expansion of the wraparound support to Indigenous students accessing the First Peoples Health Program training, aimed at developing a career pathway for young indigenous people in the health and social service industries.

  • Program Area: Science
  • Amount: $200,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2017
  • Grantee: Lizard Island Reef Research Foundation

Construct a cyclone shelter for the Australian Museum's Lizard Island Research Station.

To construct a cyclone shelter on Lizards Island for use by the Australian Museum's Lizard Island Research Station. This shelter will protect researchers at the station and their research in the event of a cyclone preventing unnecessary loss of important research projects.

  • Program Area: Vibrant - Arts
  • Amount: $120,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2017
  • Grantee: TheatreiNQ

Growing Forward

TheatreiNQ will build their organisational capacity and support local Townsville artists by employing a co-ordinator for their ThiNQ Ed program and contracting production assistants for their annual performance season.

  • Program Area: Health & Disability
  • Amount: $350,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2017
  • Grantee: Jobsupport

Establishing Evidence Based Open Employment Support for People with Significant Intellectual Disability in Brisbane

To establish a sustainable transition-to-work and open employment support service for people with significant intellectual disability in the Brisbane metropolitan area.

Support and Wellbeing Program

To expand the Support & Wellbeing Program across Cape York Partnerships programs in order to increase engagement, retention and overall wellbeing of its participants and employees.

  • Program Area: Sustainable - Environment
  • Amount: $1,000,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2016
  • Grantee: Greening Australia Limited

Reef Aid: Restoration of Great Barrier Reef Wetlands and Coastal Ecosystems

This project will pilot cost-effective wetland and coastal systems repair techniques in a priority location within the Great Barrier Reef catchments, which can serve as a 'proof of concept' for other wetland and coastal systems restoration work. The project is clearly aligned with the Reef 2050 recommendations and the 2014 Great Barrier Reef Outlook Report. Working with land owners and farmers, it will reduce sediment and pollution run-off into the Reef, enhance wetland and coastal birdlife, improve inter-tidal fish breeding grounds and restore degraded sites.

Hope Street Cafe: Providing training, employment and social inclusion for formerly homeless, low income/disadvantaged people

A grant over 3 years to support the establishment of Hope Street Cafe, a new social enterprise located within the Brisbane Common Ground supportive housing development in South Brisbane which seeks to provide employment pathways to individuals who have exited the cycle of homelessness.

  • Program Area: Health & Disability
  • Amount: $100,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2016
  • Grantee: Griffith University: Health

Helping young people to self-manage chronic pain: an integrated web/mobile platform

To develop an integrated web/mobile-application to provide pain self-management strategies for young people aged 10-14 living with chronic pain.

  • Program Area: Fair - Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $70,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2016
  • Grantee: Toowoomba Clubhouse Association Inc

Social Enterprise: Vanguard Laundry Services Career Development Centre

To employ a case manager to support long-term unemployed people who have experienced mental health issues employed at Vanguard Laundry Services, a new Social Enterprise initiative of Toowoomba Clubhouse.

  • Program Area: Vibrant - Arts
  • Amount: $120,000
  • Project State: QLD
  • Year Granted: 2016
  • Grantee: Queensland Theatre Company

Designing the Future: Development program for early-career theatre designers

This 2-year project is designed to address a chronic shortage of experienced set designers in Queensland. It will accelerate the development of 3 early-career designers, who will each be offered a one year intensive residency at QTC, followed by a year of contract work at QTC and/or other arts companies in Queensland. The 2016 residency was awarded to Anthony Spinaze.

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