Sunshine Coast Council - Community Connections
Council's Community Connections team administers council's grants and funding programs, and can help community organisations to explore other funding opportunities. We specifically work with: Anyone Community Grants Program: Grants for projects that benefit Sunshine Coast communities. Grant types: Minor, Major, Emergency and Individual Development. More information > Community Partnership Funding Program (CPFP)Up to three-year funding towards operational expenses. It is open to incorporated community organisations whose operations or services make a significant contribution to the Sunshine Coast community, and whose activities are closely aligned to council's vision for the future as described in its Corporate Plan. More information > Landholder Environment Grant (LEG)The Landholder Environment Grant (LEG) provides financial assistance for private landholders to undertake on-ground projects on their properties, which protect and enhance the natural assets and biodiversity of the Sunshine Coast and promote ecologically sustainable management of the region’s environmental values. Priority is given to projects with high ecological values. More information > Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)The RADF funding program is a partnership between council and Arts Queensland that supports the professional development and employment of artists and arts practitioners and the development of quality art and arts practice. More information > Sports Field Maintenance Funding Program (SFMFP)The Sports Field Maintenance Funding Program offers up to three year's funding as a contribution towards the cost of the maintenance of sports fields in the region. More information > Other funding opportunities: As council funding is competitive and council cannot guarantee that applications will be successful, applicants are encouraged to explore other funding opportunities. Council's website includes information on external grant providers. More information >