Artists in Residence - approved kindergarten program providers funded under the Queensland Kindergarten Funding Scheme and receiving the low socio-economic and/or the remote area subsidies are able to apply for funding from $5000 up to $20,000 to increase arts and culture engagement. Applications close on 16 September 2016.
2016 Disability Inclusion Support for Queensland Kindergartens - eligible kindergarten services will be able to apply for funding from the 27 January 2016 to assist children with a diagnosed or suspected disability actively participate in a kindergarten program. DISQK replaces the 2015 Disability Support Funding program which closed on 30 October 2015.
Search the Queensland Government's Social Services Investment Portal for more grants and investment programs for non-government organisations or for information on where and how public money is spent.
Grants and funding programs are managed through the Queensland Government's whole-of-government online grants management system, QGrants. This includes grant funding programs and the Queensland Kindergarten Funding Scheme for long day care services delivering an approved kindergarten program.
From 1 July 2016, early years service grants will be restructured and performance reporting will use the Results Based AccountabilityTM methodology. This process will be called Achieving results for children in Queensland (ARCQ).
ARCQ will focus on the quality of programs being delivered and the difference these programs make to the lives of Queensland children and their families.
You must acknowledge any Queensland Government financial support you have received for a project or program.
Read the guidelines to help you correctly acknowledge this funding 255K (includes how to reproduce the Queensland Government Coat of Arms accurately).
This section provides the Minister for Education's current funding declarations under the Community Services Act 2007.
The Act only applies to funding that is listed in a funding declaration.
In deciding whether to make a funding declaration, Queensland Government Ministers may consider several factors, including:
Organisations' service agreements with the department continue and do not need to change as a result of the declarations.
This page was last reviewed on 11 Aug 2016 at 12:51PM