Annual Grant Programs
The Foundation actively seeks bequests and donations from generous members of our close-knit community who can recognise the importance of supporting our City’s own philanthropic organisation.
Our Grants Programs are designed to be flexible and responsive to adapt to the requests of our supporters so that the unique requirements of individuals and their estates can be appropriately met.
In this way, the Redland Foundation hopes to be able to offer a continually expanding number of opportunities for Redlands based not-for-profit community organisations to receive our support.
In establishing the guidelines for each grant opportunity, we closely consider the long-term benefit to Redlands people, preferring the kind of capital, social, cultural and other infrastructure and equipment that benefits as many people as possible and delivers long-lasting returns.
If you would like to know any information regarding the Dan Holzapfel Entrepreneurial Program closing October 30th or upcoming round of the Ian McDougall Grants Program opening October 15th for small equipment and individual excellence (including the acquittal process for previously funded applications), please contact our Community Grants Coordinator Lauren on 3207 1133 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Grant Programs:
The Redland Foundation hosts three annual grants programs annually covering individual excellence, equipment, entrepreneurship and facility upgrades of community infrastructure that improve the well-being, quality of life, community participation and life skills of local residents and which develop and / or strengthen community networks throughout the Redland City.
The Dan Holzapfel Entrepreneurial Grant
Up to $25 000 for business start-ups in the Redlands
The Ian McDougall Memorial Grants Program
Up to $5,000 for small equipment and individual excellence
Jeffrey and Geraldine Underhill Grants Program
Up to $10,000 for community facility upgrades
Contribute To One Of Our Trusts.
Funds may be donated into one of two different Trusts.