LOCAL organisations will share in more than $68,000 of financial support from Round One of council’s 2022-23 Community Projects Funding Program for projects that will benefit the Ipswich community.
Cr Andrew Fechner said a variety of high-calibre projects had been submitted to the selection panel for funding consideration. “Council’s Community Projects Funding Program offers up to $15,000 in support to community groups and organisations for one-off projects and initiatives that will benefit our community and city,” he said.
“During Round One of this year’s program, council received many worthwhile and diverse project proposals from dedicated local groups and organisations who work to make positive change in our city and help keep our community connected.
“Successful applicants included service clubs and organisations which will receive support for initiatives that help children, young adults, and homeless and vulnerable community members.
“Local sporting clubs also received assistance for projects to improve facilities or upgrade equipment that will encourage and improve participation in club activities.”
Cr Fechner said council’s Community Projects Funding Program was a great opportunity for clubs and groups to update equipment or start a project.
“If you are part of a community or sporting group, a grant from this program could help kickstart a long delayed project or update important club infrastructure or services,” he said.
“I encourage you to visit the Funding and Support page on council’s website for further information about council’s community funding programs.”
Applications for funding of up to $15,000 for one-off projects and activities can be made in three funding rounds per year