Six basketball clubs and associations across Queensland will receive a share of $135,858 in funding from Round 103 of the Queensland Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF).
This time round basketball organisations had funding approved for a number of different projects including purchasing canteen equipment and shooting machines.
The GCBF is Queensland’s largest one-off grants program for community-based, not-for-profit organisations, with grants between $500 to $35,000 available to help community groups provide services and leisure activities around the state.
Associations and clubs have five funding opportunities throughout the year to submit their GCBF applications:
- 28 February (29 February in a leap year)
- 30 April
- 30 June
- 31 August
- 31 October
Applications for the next round of the GCBF (Round 105) are now open and will close at 11:59pm on 30 April 2020.
Click here for more information and to apply for the next round of funding.
GCBF Round 103 Recipients
|Belmont Saints Basketball Club||$15,208 to purchase Equipment & Costs Engagement Program|
|Brisbane Mens’ and Womens’ Basketball Association|
|$35,000 to purchase Canteen Equipment and Appliances|
|Cairns Basketball||$15,510 to install CCTV System|
|North Gold Coast Seahawks Basketball||$7,120 to purchase Equipment and Hire Venue|
|Suncoast Spinners Wheelchair Basketball|
|$34,520 to purchase Sports Wheelchairs|
|Townsville Basketball||$28,500 to purchase Shooting Machines|