The Trust’s granting is aligned to two key strategic goals;
- Partnerships – Build partnerships and engage in collaborations to leverage our resources.
- Communities – Build strategic relationships with communities founded in our values of respect. integrity, transparency and collaboration.
An important element of our granting strategy is that the grant the application clearly describes the objectives as well as the key drivers of the desired change and the anticipated outcomes/impacts. The application must make clear ways in which progress can be monitored over the grant period (if relevant) and the outcomes/impacts evaluated at the conclusion.
What is important is the gathering and sharing of knowledge relating to how the project works to enhance the wellbeing and development of children and youth in rural, regional and remote Queensland.
We have intentionally not defined “children” and “youth” in our guidelines nor do we intend to apply strict definitions to “wellbeing and development” as we prefer a broad and flexible approach. We understand many projects directed at assisting families or communities may achieve transformative change for children and youth.
If you have any queries as to whether your proposal fits within our strategic granting objectives, please contact the Trust’s office or submit an enquiry via the Contact Us page.