Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)
Flinders Shire Council proudly collaborates with Arts Queensland to bolster arts, culture, and heritage endeavours via the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). RADF serves as a catalyst for recognising the significance of arts, culture, and heritage by aligning with local preferences. This initiative, a collaborative effort between the Queensland Government, Arts Queensland, and Flinders Shire Council, underscores its commitment to nurturing Arts, Culture, and Heritage within the Flinders Shire region.
Round 1 – Opens October each year
Round 2 – Opens April (If funds haven’t been expended during round one)
HOW TO APPLY
Complete the online RADF grant application form
NOTE: Applications must be submitted online using the SmartyGrants form.
RADF COMMUNITY GRANT DOCUMENTS
- Download the suite of documents HERE
- RADF Guidelines
- Auspice Agreement
- Eligibility Checklist
- Logos - Portrait or Landscape
- Project Proposal
- Risk Assessment
- Tax Invoice template
For further information about the RADF Program or help completing the application please contact council on (07) 4741 2900 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office hours are 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
RADF ASSESSMENT PANEL
RADF Grants are assessed by a panel of community members and Flinders Shire Councillors. Their assessments are collated by Flinders Shire Council staff and a recommendation is prepared for Council approval. The Flinders Shire Council invites community members to join the RADF Assessment Panel, contact us if you are interested in this volunteer opportunity.