We are seeking applications for the March round of the Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund. Cash grants are usually for $1,000 so please be specific with how you intend to spend the grant if you are successful, and how it will benefit the community.
The Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund has two parts:
- The Giving Fund: If you are a school or community group that provides health and wellbeing, safety, sport, education, environment or other community benefits, you may be eligible to apply. Simply select ‘The Giving Fund’ when completing your online application below, and tell us in 1,000 words or less (or provide a video link) as to how your group will benefit from a cash grant.
- Lunch and Learn: Calling all young entrepreneurs and students! Ever wanted to sit down with a leader in the aviation industry and learn about what it takes to make it in this dynamic industry? Want some advice on a great business plan or business idea? Simply select ‘Lunch and Learn’ when completing your application and tell us in 1,000 words or less about your career aspirations for a chance to go to lunch with a Brisbane Airport Senior Manager and gain priceless information and insight… and a free lunch. Please note: Lunch and Learn does not include a cash grant component.
Read the Guidelines and Terms and Conditions to see if your community group is eligible.
Fill in the form below to apply for the Community Giving Fund:
PRIVACY COLLECTION STATEMENT
Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Ltd (BAC) will collect your personal information when you apply for the BAC Community Giving Fund initiative. This information will be used to consider your application, contact you about the status, and notify you about any future Community Giving Fund initiatives. BAC will share your personal information with our service provider XCom Media who support us to provide this service. You can opt out at any time. Successful applicants will also have their details displayed on the Brisbane Airport website and shared with relevant government electorates.