Our Community Grants Program supports local groups that help keep the community healthy.
Each year we lend a hand by granting support for community initiatives in the Moreton Bay, Noosa and Sunshine Coast regions.
Community Grants Program 2022
We are thrilled to announce the recipients of our 2022 grants program are as follows:
Ten Little Pieces
Ten Little Pieces is an environmental education and empowerment movement inspiring people to collect ten little pieces of litter anytime, anywhere.
Noosa Environmental Educational Hub
The group develops and delivers eco-education activities and embed Aboriginal Perspectives that are relevant to the ecosystems that support existence on the Sunshine Coast.
Wildlife Noosa Ltd.
Wildlife Noosa conducts approximately 2,000 animal rescues each year in Noosa and the Sunshine Coast. The rescues are conducted day and night seven days per week by dedicated volunteers.
Mooloolah Waterwatch and Landcare Inc.
Mooloolah Waterwatch and Landcare is a community-based organisation dedicated to the health, protection and enhancement of the Mooloolah River.
Wildlife Rescue Sunshine Coast Inc.
The group provide a professional wildlife first responder rescue service to the community. The team carry out rescues in waterways, dams, lakes and the shoreline where waste, left by people, has caused an environmental hazard.
Bamboo Projects Education Ltd.
Bamboo Projects support people with complex mental health concerns and disabilities to gain access to community. These people are supported through the group’s ‘Cleaning up the waterways program’, where environmental scientists are engaged to educate participants on how they can support the environment sustainably for many years to come.
Noosa Women’s Shed
As a not-for-profit organisation, Noosa Women’s Shed builds connections between members and their wider community. They seek to empower and support members by assisting in developing tool-based skills which helps to reduce the sense of isolation often felt by women, and in particular, older women.
RESET Support Service
RESET delivers a holistic program for named perpetrators of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) - “Change Begins with Change” incorporates preliminary counselling, program delivery, case management, individual counselling and trailing support after program completion to participants if required.
Lily House is a refuge that has assisted women and their young children in a range of crisis situations including - fleeing domestic violence, homelessness, recovery from addiction, pregnancy and seeking reunification with children in the statutory system.
Loaves and Fishes Street Meet Care Services
Loaves and Fishes Street Meet Care Services is an organisation with focus to assist the "at risk" in the community with food security by way of food assistance hampers or the individual selection of food at their cost recovery outlet.
Fishability QLD Inc.
Fishability QLD is a not-for-profit organisation, assisting people in the community who are at risk of social isolation and loneliness. "Fish and Respect", is an opportunity for people to access socially inclusive boating and fishing health and well-being activities while simultaneously assisting with cleaning up the waterways in and around the Pumicestone Passage and other Moreton Bay regions.