The Queensland Government’s Responding to COVID-19 in the sexual, domestic and family violence sectors grants program offers one-off grants to support domestic and family violence (DFV) services to respond to the challenges and additional complexities posed by COVID-19 and assist services to:
– Adapt the delivery of services, for example by making service adjustments or modifications to respond to changing client needs or social distancing requirements.
– Expand service delivery, for example by increasing capacity to deliver more services to more clients.
– Introduce new services, in accordance with demand arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is available?
Grants of between $50,000 to $150,000 are available to each eligible applicant. Up to $2 million in total is available.
– Be a not for profit, legal entity .
– Be a local government entity.
– Have an auspice agreement with any of the above entities.
Additionally, applicants must:
– Have current Public Liability Insurance.
– Have no outstanding financial accountability, service delivery or performance issues for funding provided by the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women (the Department).
– Be established in Queensland and be currently operational in Queensland.
– Be completed by 31 December 2021.
– Be delivered in Queensland.
– Support the purpose of this grant program.