About the GCBF funding guidelines
When accessing the online grants portal—to register, apply for funding, submit a variation or acquit an approved grant—you agree that you have read, understood and are subject to the funding guidelines.
We recommend you read all the information on this page—then review every page of the guidelines, starting with organisation eligibility for the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF)—to ensure your organisation fully understands each stage of the grant funding process.
At the end of each page under ‘Read next’, a link will take you to the next section.
Once you have read these guidelines, you can refer to the step-by-step instructions for applying and using the GCBF grant.
Rules, breaches and enforcement
Breaches of these funding guidelines will result in:
- the organisation being ineligible
- granted funds being recalled.
Quality assurance checks
We regularly perform quality assurance checks (including site visits) on grant applications that have been submitted.
These checks are made to ensure that all information provided can be proved and that the grant was only spent on approved items and according to the funding guidelines.
Terms and conditions
Read the terms and conditions (PDF, 269KB) for the GCBF (and other funding opportunities).
Section 8.1 of the terms and conditions does not relate to GCBF grants. If successful, the organisation will not receive the GST on the taxable supply.
Translating and interpreting assistance
Interpreter services are available for speakers of other languages. Call 1800 512 451 and ask for an interpreter.
We collect personal information, including your name, email address and telephone number.
We collect this information so we can contact you to discuss your organisation’s application, if required. Your information may be shared with other government agencies and members of parliament.
We will only use your information for this purpose. It will otherwise not be used or disclosed unless authorised or required by law. Your personal information will be handled according to the Information Privacy Act 2009.
Note: If you choose to give us an email address, your personal information that we include in our communications with you will be stored on your email service provider’s servers, which may be outside of Australia. By giving us your email address, you are consenting to the personal information contained within these emails to be transferred outside Australia.
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General and the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) are committed to providing a quality service.
If you want to give feedback on the service you have received, email firstname.lastname@example.org.