Applications are now open for grants of up to $50,000 to help Queensland’s community housing sector to deliver more social and affordable housing
The grants will cover the cost of specialist advice and services to eligible Community Housing Providers supporting them to build capability to deliver more housing solutions across Queensland
The grants are part of Community Housing Futures, a capacity building initiative for the community housing sector being delivered by peak bodies Q Shelter, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Queensland, and the Community Housing Industry Association of Queensland, in partnership with the Queensland Government.
This program is part of the State’s $5 million commitment to build capacity and capability in Community Housing Providers, and follows calls from the sector to help build capacity.
Community Housing Futures offers access to specialist advice, tools and training to help Community Housing Providers to grow and manage larger portfolios of social and affordable housing. This includes supporting Community Housing Providers applying for funding support under the Housing Investment Fund.