Football Queensland have announced that affiliated clubs have received over $450,000 in funding through the latest round of the state government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
15 clubs across the sunshine state received a total of $460,033.88 in funding for a variety of projects, including the upgrade of playing fields, the installation of seating and purchase of equipment such as goals and mowers.
Applications for Round 108 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund are now open, allocating grants for not-for-profit community groups, to enhance their capacity to provide multiple opportunities for Queensland communities.
Round 108 applications will close on Sunday, 28 February.
More information on submitting an application for funding can be viewed here.
A list of successful applicants for the latest round of funding is shown below.
Gambling Community Benefit Fund Round 106 Successful Applicants
|Acacia Ridge FC||Install irrigation system & purchase mower||$35,000|
|Airlie Beach FC||Purchase marquees & equipment||$14,572.25|
|Atherton FC||Upgrade playing fields and access area||$34,283|
|Biloela Valleys FC||Upgrade field lights||$35,000|
|Diggers FC||Upgrade fence & install solar||$35,000|
|Edge Hill United FC||Purchase portable goals||$34,789.94|
|Holland Park Hawks FC||Remove & replace fencing||$35,000|
|Moura Rangers FC||Purchase mower||$26,500|
|Northern Beaches United FC||Upgrade field & purchase equipment||$15,649.09|
|Rebels FC||Install seating & shade structure||$34,810|
|Riverway Vikings FC||Install storage shed||$22,659|
|Saints Eagles Souths FC||Construct shed & upgrade technical area||$35,000|
|Tallebudgera Valley FC||Upgrade facility & purchase equipment||$31,770.60|
|Whitsunday United FC||Install electronic scoreboard||$35,000|
|Woombye Snakes FC||Construct retaining wall, steps & roof||$35,000|