QCOSS has an excellent and regularly updated grants page that is specific to the community services sector in Queensland.

This section contains a range of news, resources and information on fundraising for not-for-profit and community organisations.

The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies has compiled some fundraising factsheets on topics such as identifying your supporters, asking for funds and legal requirements.

Find out more about philanthropy in Australia, and how you can access philanthropic organisations.

Browse through general grants and funding sources.

Explore the case studies of organisations who have taken different approaches in Rethinking Resources.

Read the Department of Communities information about writing a submission.

Access Our Community information about finding and applying for grants.

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Starting on Saturday 13 August, this year's Seniors Week celebrations will run through to Sunday 21 August. Seniors Week provides the opportunity to unite all Queenslanders to celebrate the valuable contributions seniors make in their communities. The Queensland Government has provided funding to...
MORE support has been announced for financial counselling in drought-stricken regions in Queensland. An extra $730,000 in funding has been provided for Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS) providers in Queensland to continue to help farmers battling drought across the State. Times of drought...
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Do you have a niggling email marketing question? Maybe you’re wondering whether to resend an email campaign? Or what to do with disengaged subscribers? Vision6 and Email Monks have joined forces to create a useful infographic and a free webinar to help you get the most out of your emails. Read...
Charities that receive an email regarding their financial information from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) are being advised not to dismiss it as a scam. The ACNC is contacting thousands of charities that have made significant errors in their financial reporting. The...
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In the first reading of the 2015 Queensland Budget Speech on 14 July 2015, Treasurer Pitt announced that the Queensland Government will pilot three social benefit bonds aimed at sourcing funds from the private sector to finance the achievement of quantifiable social outcomes in the community. The...
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npENGAGE have written a great article with tips on email fundraising. It's a very useful tool for communicating with your donors, but are you making some of these common mistakes? Tips include keeping it short and tieing the donation to something tangible, e.g. that $32 will buy 20 hot meals for...
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The Hon Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister for Multicultural Affairs, and the Hon Coralee O’Rourke MP, Minister for Disability Services, Minister for Seniors and Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland, have today...
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The annual NAB Charitable Giving Index showed that giving to charity grew by just 2% over the year to February 2015, down from 10% at the same time last year. However, the average donation size for all charities increased by $2 over the past year to $336 per donor, with a continuing strong...
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Presented by Social Traders, the SE Masters Conference 2015 provides a unique opportunity for people interested in, operating or supporting social enterprises to benefit from sessions with Australian social enterprise award winners and local and international guest speakers. Program features:...
The Queensland Government has announced $650,000 in funding to find better ways of working with, and meeting the needs of, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children. Find out more about the project on the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services website...

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