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Community-based Crime Action grants

Community-based Crime Action grants

QLD Grants, Grants, Grants - Open grants

Applications Close: 29 July 2024

The Community-based Crime Action grants provide funding to support initiatives aimed at reducing youth crime, enhancing community safety, and improving early intervention and prevention services for at-risk youth in Queensland. Grants of up to $75,000 are available for short-term, community-based projects designed to meet local needs.

Eligible Applicants include:

  • Community organizations
  • Local governments
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse communities

Funding Available:

  • Up to $75,000 per project for initiatives addressing youth crime and community safety.

Previous recipients include soccer, basketball and equestrian programs.

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