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The Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund provides cash grants to community groups, organisations and schools working hard to make our city and our state a better place. Read the amazing stories  behind some of our grant recipients.

In Australia, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community unfortunately remain as one of the most socially and systemically discriminated against
Connected Inc was established 10 years ago in response to Brisbane's devastating floods. They continue to support the local community and are a worthy recipient of the Community Giving Fund.
SANDBAG has been supporting the Sandgate and Bracken Ridge communities for 30 years, and was a recipient of Brisbane Airport's Community Giving Fund in 2021.
Nestled among the gum trees near the beach at Bribie Island is a community group making a huge impact on Australia's youth.
Learn more about the ambitious project with a 10-year plan to restore 100 hectares of shellfish reef in Moreton Bay through recycling oyster shells.
Hear and Say supports around 300 children with hearing difficulties annually, including six-year-old Samuel who lives with his family in Brisbane.
Meet the Brisbane-based social enterprise using the power of coffee to tackle youth homelessness.
Footprints is a not-for-profit organisation that offers a number of support services to vulnerable community groups including the homeless. Their incredible service helps make our community a better place.

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In Australia, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community unfortunately remain as one of the most socially and systemically discriminated against
Connected Inc was established 10 years ago in response to Brisbane's devastating floods. They continue to support the local community and are a worthy recipient of the Community Giving Fund.
SANDBAG has been supporting the Sandgate and Bracken Ridge communities for 30 years, and was a recipient of Brisbane Airport's Community Giving Fund in 2021.
Nestled among the gum trees near the beach at Bribie Island is a community group making a huge impact on Australia's youth.
Learn more about the ambitious project with a 10-year plan to restore 100 hectares of shellfish reef in Moreton Bay through recycling oyster shells.
Hear and Say supports around 300 children with hearing difficulties annually, including six-year-old Samuel who lives with his family in Brisbane.