About the Capital Infrastructure Grant
Capital Infrastructure grants are available to assist eligible organisations build, renovate or refurbish community facilities on Redlands Coast, including hard-wired technology upgrades.
|Category||Funding available||Applicant cash contribution|
Small Capital Infrastructure
|Up to $10,000||
To assist eligible organisations to build, renovate or refurbish facilities, including hard-wired technology upgrades.
No financial cash contribution required.
|Major Capital Infrastructure||$10,001 up to $50,000||
To assist eligible organisations to build, renovate or refurbish community facilities, including hard-wired technology upgrades.
50% financial cash contribution required.
When can I apply?
The Capital Infrastructure Grant only has one round annually.
2023-2024 Round is Closed (Did open 14 August 2023 and closed 10 September 2023).
How can I apply?
Applications must be completed via Council's online portal SmartyGrants.
Prior to making an application, it is important to read the Capital Infrastructure Grant Information Kit. This provides essential information on funding available, eligibility and application requirements.
Please reference the 2023-2024 Capital Infrastructure Grant Program Information Kit as a guide.
Projects should align with Council's Corporate objectives outlined in Our Future Redlands – A Corporate Plan to 2026 and Beyond.
To finalise your project, you must complete an acquittal form for your project within 14 days of the completion date via your SmartyGrants account.
Applicants that do not acquit their project are ineligible to apply for funding under Council's various funding programs until such time as they have successfully acquitted all previous funding.
The acquittal form requires you to provide information on the completion of the project activity. This is a report on the project activity, including objectives, outputs and impact, and includes a financial statement. Ensure receipts are provided as evidence of the grant expenditure.
Applicants must be not-for-profit incorprated organisations to be eligible to apply, or be sponsored by an eligible organisation. Further details are explained on our auspice fact sheet. An auspice agreement must be provided with your application as evidence of the partnership. Please download the Auspice Agreement Template.
Applicants will need to complete a Statement by Supplier form if they do not hold an active Australian Business Number (ABN). This form must be submitted with the application.
It is recommended that applicants complete a Project Plan to support their application. Use this Project Plan template which can be submitted with the application.
For more information on setting up your invoices, please visit the Australian Taxation Office.
Other Grants provided by Redland City Council
- Community Grants
- Village Events and Activation Grant
- Regional Arts Development Fund
- Mayor and Councillors' Community Benefit Fund
- Civic Support Fund
Redland City Council Acknowledgement guide, access to Council logos and further information can be found on our Successful Grant and Sponsorship applications page.