Brisbane Airport Corporation Community Giving Fund

The Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund has been developed to provide much needed financial assistance to community organisations in the Brisbane area and is part of their ongoing commitment to supporting and engaging with the local community.

To help local community groups, Brisbane Airport Corporation is now inviting applications for funding for eligible community projects.

The Brisbane Airport’s Community Giving Fund is once again seeking applications from individuals, schools and community groups looking to make a difference in our city.

There are two categories in this round of the Brisbane Airport Community Giving Fund.

The first is the Giving Fund, which provides cash grants to community groups providing health and wellbeing, safety, sport, education, environment or other community benefit initiatives.

The second, the Lunch and Learn program, provides an opportunity for students or young entrepreneurs to have lunch with a member of the Brisbane Airport Senior Management team to discuss a business plan or career in the aviation industry.

Applications are now open and will be accepted until 5pm on 30 September 2016.

If you know of a hard-working community group, organisation or school that might be in need of some funding, please encourage them to apply online at or feel free to get in contact with Jacinta Messer.

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