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When disaster strikes, RACQ Foundation helps rebuild communities

Since its inception, RACQ has made over $10.8 million available to RACQ Foundation to support community organisations throughout Queensland.

Community groups and charities who have been impacted by natural disasters, including drought, can apply for funding.

RACQ is owned by members, which means we can do more for our Queensland community, helping however we can in tough times.

RACQ Foundation gives back with financial assistance for community organisations and through community Assistance Projects to lend a much needed helping hand to communities doing it tough.

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Funding approved for community
groups in 2019

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+$8.8 million

Distributed to 213 community groups
and clubs since inception in 2011

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Communities helped with the
assistance programs

RACQ Foundation applications

RACQ Foundation Funding rounds for 2020 have closed. 2021 dates will be released on 21 December, 2020.

Contact us

Please contact the Foundation Coordinator at if you questions about the RACQ Foundation.

2020 Applications - Closing dates:

Round 1 - Closed 21 February 2020

Round 2 - Closed 17 July 2020

Round 3 - Closed 7 September 2020

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How we’ve helped

When disaster strikes, RACQ Foundation helps rebuild communities. It's because RACQ is member-owned, that we can do more for Queensland community organisations.

With over $400,000 in funding approved for community groups across the state, find out what we’ve achieved this year. Check out past RACQ Foundation Annual Reviews to see all the ways we’ve supported community groups in Queensland.

2019-20 Annual review

2018-19 Annual review

2017-18 Annual review

From Southport to Cape York, RACQ Foundation supports community organisations throughout Queensland. View our map to see the shires we have assisted since 2011:

- All of QLD (PDF, 2.1MB)

- South East Queensland Map (PDF, 769KB)

Figures based on FY18 statistics.

All applications received by 5pm on the due date will be reviewed, though further information may be requested.

The RACQ Foundation will consider all proposals that meet the criteria and guidelines. All successful and unsuccessful applicants will be advised in writing as soon as practicable.

Photographs or drawings of any damage or the proposed project are welcome, especially if they assist with explaining the project. We encourage double-sided printed copies of documents and for documents not to be stapled or permanently bound.