Instructions for applying for and using the GCBF grant

The $100K Disaster Recovery Round is now open and closes at midnight 15 July 2022.

Not-for-profit community groups can apply for up to $100,000 for disaster recovery projects.

Applications not related to disaster recovery projects are welcome, however funding is limited to $35,000.

Each stage of grant funding—as outlined in the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) funding guidelines—contains advice to help you effectively manage your grant application.

The following step-by-step instructions will help to ensure your organisation meets all requirements across every stage, including how to use the online portal.

Registering to apply for GCBF funding

Learn how to register your organisation for the Gambling Community Benefit Fund so you can submit a grant application.

Submitting your GCBF application

Find out how to submit your organisation’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund grant application using the online portal.

When your GCBF grant is approved

Find out what to do when your GCBF application is approved to ensure you meet all requirements prior to purchasing approved items.

Making variations to approved GCBF applications

It’s possible to make changes to your GCBF application. Find out what changes will be considered.

Using the GCBF funding

You must demonstrate how your organisation spent the Gambling Community Benefit Fund grant by acquitting your application using the online portal.