Port of Brisbane has a long and proud history of supporting a wide range of organisations that deliver valuable community and environmental projects locally and across the region. 

Since launching our Community Grant Program in 2013, we have awarded close to $800,000 to 114 community focused organisations across South East Queensland.

Every year, our $100,000 Community Grant Program provides community organisations with a vital funding boost to help them continue their important work.  Individual organisations are eligible to apply for funding up to $15,000.

During 2020/21, grant recipients have used their funding to help deliver a range of innovative and exciting projects that are supporting our local community.




This year’s Port of Brisbane Community Grant recipients have put forward a range of innovative and exciting projects, and we are looking forward to be working with our new partners as they deliver positive outcomes for the community.

Read the media release here or click here for more information on this year's grant recipients.

A full list of the 2020/21 Community Grant Recipients, and the initiative the grant funding is supporting, is listed below:


Grant funding will help Coral Watch enable its marine ambassadors to contribute to Moreton Bay’s coral reef health and sustainability.


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We are proud to support Foodbank Queensland – Australia’s largest food relief organisation – to help fight hunger in South-east Queensland.


Port of Brisbane is assisting Point Lookout Surf Life Saving Club to move closer to achieving its vision of zero preventable drownings in Queensland waters.


Our support will help Rural Aid deliver its mental wellbeing program to primary producers and their families affected by natural disasters or COVID-19 in Queensland.


Our support will help Ocean Crusaders to remove debris from Luggage and Juno Points using their specialised equipment.


Our support will assist Coast Guard Brisbane to provide marine search and rescue services to the boating public.


We are proud to support Traction to deliver programs and workshops for vulnerable young people and their families.


Our support will assist Volunteer Marine Rescue Brisbane to provide marine search and rescue services to the boating public.


Grant funding will provide a Braille Learning Centre for students at Wynnum State School, improving educational outcomes for people with visual impairments.


We’re proud to be helping Volunteer Marine Rescue Bribie Island to provide marine search and rescue services to the boating public.


We’re proud to support Community Sports Coaching and Mentoring who provide educational and employment services to young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


The funds for Brisbane Bayside State College will provide access to 3D printing technology across science, technology, engineering and maths disciplines.


We are proud to support the StandbyU Foundation to purchase wearable devices, allowing at-risk individuals to discreetly trigger an alert to their chosen support network.


The funds received by Suited to Success will provide access to employment resources to help overcome barriers to employment.