Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants is our way of giving back to communities, Members and paying it forward to our Charity Partner, Ronald McDonald House North Queensland.

So what is a Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant project? It’s a project that will benefit your community. In the spirit of paying it forward, our Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grant recipients partner with us to fundraise 10% of their approved grant amount on behalf of our Charity Partner, Ronald McDonald House North Queensland or Ronald McDonald House South East Queensland Chapters.

That really is good for good.

Learn more about our Charity Partner.

Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants is a monetary grant between $5000 and $30,000 that is awarded to not-for-profit community organisations. Grant recipients are selected from a pool of applicants that have projects that fall in the categories; sport and recreation, health, education, environment or arts, culture and heritage.

The following organisations were successful in receiving a Good for Good Community Grant in the most recent application round (February 2018).

Applicant

Project

Grant amount

Townsville Central State School P&C Association

Road safety training track for young cyclists

$20,000

Jerona Citizens Association

Emergency helicopter landing pad

$14,070

Magnetic Island Junior AFL Club

Upgrade change rooms to ensure there is a separate and private area for female players

$10,000

Mount Isa Race Club

Purchase two large marquees

$6,631

Pebbles Playgroup Weipa

Outdoor play equipment

$11,000

Mackay Triathlon Club

Purchase defibrillator, radios and first aid kit

$7,320

Bowen Swimming Club

New seating benches for marshalling area

$18,047

Stanthorpe United Redbacks Football Club

New goal posts

$11,000

The next round of Queensland Country Good for Good Community Grants will open during the second half of 2018. Once available, full details will be published on this webpage.