Category Archives: Grants and sponsorship

Council awards grants to five art projects on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council has awarded grants to five local projects through round two of the 2021-2022 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). Mayor Karen Williams said the grants program underscored the importance of art and culture on Redlands Coast. “We have a thriving community of professional and emerging artists and art workers on our Redlands Coast,  Continue reading…

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Council offers RADF Quick Response Grants to help artists develop


Redland City Council has opened a quick response grant round to help local artists develop and improve their skills. Mayor Karen Williams said the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Quick Response/Professional Development Grants were open to both emerging and established artists. “Redlands Coast has a vibrant community of artists and arts workers and these grants  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast Seniors Month Grants now open


Redlands Coast community groups planning to host events during Queensland Seniors Month in October can now apply for support under a Redland City Council age-friendly grants program. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the Redlands Coast Seniors Month Grants Program was specifically aimed at supporting activities being planned for the annual state-wide celebration of positive  Continue reading…

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Applications for State disaster assistance grants close on 1 April


Eligible Redlands Coast residents impacted by the recent severe weather have until Friday 1 April to apply for two grants under the State Government’s Personal Hardship Assistance Scheme. The State Government activated the grants for Redland City Council residents experiencing hardship as a result of the extreme weather event which occurred in late February and  Continue reading…

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Council grants help local groups run Youth Week events


Redland City Council has provided funding to help four local not-for-profit youth organisations run free events during Queensland Youth Week (1-11 April 2022). Mayor Karen Williams said Council was pleased to support the organisations through Redlands Coast Youth Week Grants of up to $1500. “Council recognises that young people make a significant contribution to our  Continue reading…

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Council extends closing dates for grant and sponsorship applications


Redland City Council has extended the closing dates for its current grants and sponsorship opportunities due to the recent severe weather event. Mayor Karen Williams said the extensions had been implemented to give community members and businesses time to recover from the effects of the heavy rainfall and flooding experienced across south-east Queensland earlier this  Continue reading…

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Council grants support free activities in Queensland Youth Week


Redland City Council is once again offering grants to help local not-for-profit youth organisations run free events during Queensland Youth Week (1-11 April 2022). Mayor Karen Williams said this was the second year Council had offered the Redlands Coast Youth Week Grants. “These grants were established to recognise the great work done by not-for-profit youth  Continue reading…

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Applications open for new Village Events and Activation Grants


Applications are now open for Redland City Council’s new Village Events and Activation Grant program. Mayor Karen Williams said the grants totalling $120,000 would support community organisations and village traders in promoting their local village centres and making them more vibrant. “These new grants are all about celebrating our villages and investing in local business,”  Continue reading…

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Applications open for round two of RADF grants


Redland City Council is now accepting grant applications through round two of the 2021-2022 Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). Mayor Karen Williams said professional and emerging Redlands Coast artists could apply for funding through the program, which is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Redland City Council. “We are fortunate to have a thriving  Continue reading…

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