Victim Services Building Capacity Funding Program
The Victim Services Building Capacity Funding Program provides one-off Queensland Government funding of up to $200,000 to deliver projects that address an identified service delivery gap for victims of crime from marginalised groups in Queensland.
Projects must be completed within two years of the commencement of funding. Funding may be sought for any amount up to $200,000. Within the total pool of $200,000, more than one proposed project may be funded. Projects requiring ongoing or further funding to achieve the project goals are not eligible.
For this funding, marginalised groups include Aboriginal peoples, Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, the LGBTIQ+ sector, people living with disability, the elderly, the young, and people in regional and remote locations.
This funding is provided through the Department of Justice and Attorney-General and administered by Victim Assist Queensland. Non-government, not-for-profit organisations that provide services for victims of violent crime are invited to apply for this funding.
Submission will open on 10 March 2022
To view the opportunity, visit the QTenders website and search for reference number: DJAG7202122. You will need to register as a supplier on the QTenders website in order to access the documents. Information about QTenders, including registration, submission of tender documents and contact details can be found on the FAQ section of the QTenders website.
Submissions will close on 7 April 2022 at 2:00pm.
An online industry briefing will be held online via MS Teams on 17 March 2022 at 10:00am. AEST
This briefing will include an overview of this tender and an opportunity to ask questions. The presentation and a summary of the questions and answers will be posted on QTenders following the briefing. Please email [email protected] for a Teams link.
All questions about this tender must be emailed to [email protected]. Please note, questions can only be answered through that email address. Victim Assist is unable to respond to your questions in relation to this funding initiative. For more information on previous Victim Services Building Capacity Funding projects, visit the Queensland Government website.