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Qantas Regional Grants

Grant Expected to be opened in June 2021 and close in August 2021 Value: Combination of cash, in-kind flights and marketing support Run By: Qantas Further Information: https://www.qantas.com/au/en/about-us/our-company/in-the-community/qantas-regional-grants.html

With an aim to help brighten the futures of regional communities, Qantas has launched a new Regional Grants Program that will provide financial, flights and marketing support to community groups and organisations to help further their causes and set them up for success.

The Qantas Regional Grants judging panel will determine the successful applicants each year. Judges will examine all eligible entries and select applicants that they determine best meet the below criteria.

  • The extent to which the applicant directly services a regional community need and demonstrates a measurable socioeconomic impact.
  • The extent to which the applicant can maximise local community benefits in regional Australia with the Qantas Regional Grants Program funding.
  • The extent to which the project or activity will celebrate and highlight the work of the applicant and help boost the profile and strength of the applicant for the future.
  • The ability of the applicant to demonstrate innovation in their project strategy, goals and mission, and how these align to improving their service offering and increasing regional impact.
Last Updated: 1st of November 2020
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