Since 2011, the Foundation has distributed more than $10.4 million to assist more than 300 Queensland community groups affected by natural disaster and drought. In 2021, RACQ Foundation celebrated 10 years of helping Queensland communities.
Through its Community Grants program, RACQ Foundation gives community groups, charities and sporting clubs the opportunity to rebuild after cyclones, severe storms, bushfires and drought.
Applying to the RACQ Foundation Community Grants program is easy, and there are two application rounds per year.
RACQ is owned by members, which means we can do more for our Queensland community – helping in whatever way we can in tough times.
If you are a Queensland charity, community or sporting organisation, or an organisation with a charitable purpose and have been impacted by natural disasters or drought you can apply now to the RACQ Foundation Community Grant Program:
If you are having trouble filling out the online form, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 3872 8603.
Round 1 – Now OPEN until 1 March 2022 at 5pm
Round 2 – Closes 7 October 2022 at 5pm.
When disaster strikes, RACQ Foundation helps rebuild communities. Thanks to the support of our 1.7 million members, RACQ can do more for Queensland community organisations.
With over $1,381,400 in funding approved for community groups in FY21, find out what we’ve achieved this year through our latest Annual Review.
Review our RACQ Foundation Annual Reviews to see all the ways we’ve supported community groups in Queensland in recent years.
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.
Images showing any damage or scanned drawings of the proposed project are welcome, especially if they assist with explaining the project.
All applications received by 5pm on the due date will be reviewed, though further information may be requested.
More detail around the figures shown on this web page can be found in the 2020-2021 Annual Review.