$30M up for grabs for in Gambling Community Benefit Fund super round!

The Queensland Government is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund with a massive $30 million Super Round.

Queensland community groups and not-for-profit organisations are encouraged to benefit from the super-sized grants of up to $100,000.

In a special edition of the Super Round, $30 million has been made available to mark the grant’s 30th anniversary, which is the largest pool of funding available since the Disaster Recovery Round in 2022.

Since its inception in 1994, GCBF Fund – the state’s largest one-off grants program – has provided more than $1.173 billion to almost 70,000 community organisations across Queensland. The funding helps groups to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for Queensland communities.

While the latest GCBF round is not a standalone Disaster Recovery Round, those community groups impacted by extreme weather over the summer period are encouraged to apply. The 30th Anniversary Super Round opened on Monday, 18 March and will close on Tuesday, 30 April.