Category Archives: Grants and sponsorship

Something for everyone at Redlands Coast Seniors Week celebrations


Redlands Coast seniors are in for a treat with a full and diverse program of activities and events on offer again for Seniors Week, this year set for 18 to 26 August. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said that Seniors Week was an opportunity to acknowledge the enormous contribution seniors made to our community. “I  Continue reading…

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Planned Burn Tramican Street Conservation Area – North Stradbroke Island


Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation Crews are intending to undertake a hazard reduction burn within the Tramican Street Conservation Area on Tuesday 14 August 2018, if weather conditions remain suitable at the time. The location of the burn area is George Nothling Drive (rear of Donahue Street, Point Lookout- highlighted in yellow on the  Continue reading…

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Turn your ideas into reality with a Council community grant


From staging cultural events to regenerating wildlife areas, you can make your community-focused project happen with a community grant from Redland City Council. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the first round of community grants opens next month Monday 16 July, closing Friday 17 August, with assistance available under the categories of Organisation Support, Project  Continue reading…

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Funding approved for Redlands’ coastal strategy


Funding has been confirmed for the development of Redland City Council’s comprehensive Coastal Adaptation Strategy. Council will receive $195,650 from the State Government’s QCoast2100 Program for phases 1-5 of the strategy, which will identify and develop management plans for coastal hazard. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the funding, approved by the Local Government Association  Continue reading…

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Council community grants available


Turn your great ideas into reality with a community grant from Redland City Council, with applications for the next round open from today. Redland Mayor Karen Williams said the latest round of community grants would support a wide variety of community-led projects and initiatives, with assistance available for Organisation Support, Project Support, Conservation and Capital  Continue reading…

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Teenagers turn their lives around through Project Booyah


Education and community initiative Project Booyah is literally changing lives in the Redlands. Currently 10 local teenagers are participating in Project Booyah in the hope to complete vocational education and gain a job after dropping out of high school. Fifteen-year-old Alexandra Hills automotive trainee Brandon Cunningham shared his experience of completing Project Booyah, run by  Continue reading…

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Grant supports stars to end violence


Thousands of woven stars will sparkle in the Redlands thanks to a $12,000 grant from the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) towards a series of community weaving workshops by Birkdale weaver and artist Maryann Talia Pau. Redland Mayor Karen Williams said the woven stars were symbols of solidarity, light and courage to end all forms of  Continue reading…

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