Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund (RHCCBF)
The Queensland Government established the Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund (RHCCBF) in 1996 to provide funding to community groups in Far North Queensland. The RHCCBF receives money from gambling taxes. It distributes these funds to not-for-profit community groups on a bi-annual basis (closing 28 February and 31 August).
Read the funding guidelines for information on which funds are accepting applications, eligible organisations, eligible items, the assessment process, grant agreements and related information.
One off grants of up to $15,000 inclusive of GST are allocated to approved not-for-profit organisations to help provide community services or activities that benefit communities within the geographical jurisdiction North from Burke, Carpentaria, Croydon, Etheridge, Tablelands and Cassowary Coast, including Torres Strait and Thursday Island.
The Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund Board reviews eligible funding applications and makes recommendations to the Minister on allocations from the fund. More information about the committee members can be found on the Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund board members page.
Last reviewed 7 March 2014