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New Work:  

Grants of up to $80,000 per annum for new artistic works in new media, visual arts, performing arts, literature and music;

www.australiacouncil.gov.au/creativeaustralia

REGIONAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT FUND

http://cultural.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/funding-grants-64.html


There are hundreds of opportunities for local artists and cultural organisations to snare a share of the funding available from the City of Gold Coast (the City), state and federal governments, as well as philanthropic trusts and corporate community grants programs. The Rapid Response Cultural Development Fund provides small, fast-turnaround funding for arts and cultural projects.


Round three 2014
Applications close: 3 March 2014
Projects may start: 14 April 2014
Round four 2014
Applications close: 5 May 2014
Projects may start: 16 June 2014
Late applications will not be accepted.


All applicants are to refer to the Gold Coast City Cultural Development Policy and Strategy prior to making application.
Applicants are urged to discuss their application with Cultural Development staff before submitting.
For further information please contact:
Daniel Carroll
RADF Liaison Officer
Phone (07) 5581 6075
 

MICROSOFT Helping nonprofits do more good

http://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/en-us/nonprofits


Microsoft is proud to work with more than 50,000 nonprofits around the world every year to provide them with affordable access to the technology they need to support their work in local communities, and to leverage technology to help them be more efficient, effective and innovative in doing their important work. Whether it is through our software donations, technology solutions for nonprofit problems, or Office 365 for Nonprofits, we strive to help nonprofits do more good. Microsoft | Unlimited Potential Software Donations
is a charitable program through which Microsoft donates the latest software technology to eligible non-profit organisations. This fund is ongoing.


Australian Film Commission (AFC)
www.afc.gov.au

Click the link above for full funding descriptions

Microsoft Unlimited Potential Software Donations program

The Microsoft Unlimited Potential Software Donations program has an assessment round in October. This program provides software to eligible non-profit organisations (individuals are not able to apply).
For more information visit
www.microsoft.com 

Federal Government’s Register of Cultural Organizations

http://arts.gov.au/roco

What is the Register of Cultural Organisations?

Established in 1991, the Register of Cultural Organisations assists qualifying cultural bodies to attract support by enabling them to offer donors the incentive of a tax deduction.

The Register aims to strengthen private sector support for the arts and encourages Australians to contribute to the nation's vibrant cultural life.

Cultural bodies listed on the Register are able to receive tax deductible donations to assist them with a wide range of activities, such as the creation of a new theatrical work, the publication of a literary magazine or the building of a community arts centre.
 

GAMBLING COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND (GCBF)

www.olgr.qld.gov.au/grants/programs/community/


The Queensland Government established the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) in 1994 to provide funding to community groups in Queensland. The GCBF receives money from gambling taxes. It distributes these funds to not-for-profit community groups on a quarterly basis (closing 28 February, 31 May, 31 August and 30 November).

Read the funding guidelines for information on which funds are accepting applications, eligible organisations, eligible items, the assessment process, grant agreements and related information.

One-off grants of up to $35,000 inclusive of GST are allocated to approved not-for-profit organisations to help them provide community services or activities that benefit the Queensland community.

JUPITERS CASINO COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND (JCCBF)

http://www.olgr.qld.gov.au/grants/programs/jupiters/index.shtml

The Queensland Government established the Jupiters Casino Community Benefit Fund (JCCBF) in 1987 to provide funding to community groups in Queensland. The JCCBF receives money from gambling taxes. It distributes these funds to not-for-profit community groups on a quarterly basis (closing 28 February, 31 May, 31 August and 30 November).

Read the funding guidelines for information on which funds are accepting applications, eligible organisations, eligible items, the assessment process, grant agreements and related information.

One-off grants of up to $75,000 inclusive of GST are allocated to approved not-for-profit organisations to help them provide community services or activities that benefit communities within the geographical jurisdiction from the Queensland and New South Wales border, to the northern boundaries of Boulia, Winton, Barcaldine and Isaac.

The Jupiters Casino Community Benefit Fund Board reviews eligible funding applications and makes recommendations to the Minister on allocations from the fund. Committee member information is currently being updated and will be provided in the near future.

QLD COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/funding/

Click the link for various funding opportunities.

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