More than a dozen Queensland football clubs and organisations have been approved for over $350,000 in funding in Round 105 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
Clubs and organisations across the state received funding for various projects including facility upgrades, the purchase of canteen equipment and irrigation system installation.
Queensland’s largest one-off community grants program, the Gambling Community Benefit Fund allows not-for-profit community groups to apply for grants from $500 to $35,000 to enhance their capacity to provide services and leisure activities.
The next round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund – Round 107 – is now open for applications, and will close at 11:59pm on 31 October 2020.
All Queensland clubs are encouraged to submit a grant application in Round 107.
Gambling Community Benefit Fund Round 105 Approvals
|Broadbeach United Soccer Club||$24,666.10||Purchase fencing materials and electronic scoreboard|
|Estates FC||$35,000||Upgrade facility and build dugouts|
|Football Maryborough||$24,500||Install shade cover|
|Gold Coast Knights FC||$30,000||Develop website and purchase balls|
|Gold Coast United FC||$34,000||Purchase golf buggy, camera and install fence|
|Ipswich Knights Soccer Club||$35,000||Upgrade facility|
|Kawana FC||$29,985||Develop systems modelling, upgrade facility and towards training|
|Mackay Wanderers FC||$8,200||Purchase and construct fencing|
|Pine Rivers Athletic FC||$25,000||Rebate towards membership registration fees|
|Rangers Football Club||$28,500||Upgrade facility and install security roller doors|
|Rochedale Rovers FC||$33,073||Purchase kitchen equipment, furniture and television|
|Surfers Paradise Apollo Club||$34,427.50||Upgrade flooring and purchase canteen equipment|
|UQFC||$30,000||Install field irrigation system|