Community Partnership Innovation Grants

Program details

Applications for Community Partnership Innovation Grants are now closed.

Up to $1.4 million in funds was available across Queensland for short-term or one-off projects that support young people – who are or could become high-risk offenders – to change their behaviours and connection with community.

The grant program is designed to support local communities, businesses and organisations in the trial of new ideas and projects that address youth offending and related issues in the priority areas of:

  • Brisbane
  • Logan
  • Cairns
  • Townsville
  • Moreton Bay
  • Ipswich
  • Gold Coast.

Applicants were encouraged to consider proposals that:

  • could complement existing local responses
  • were designed using community and industry knowledge and evidence
  • could be delivered to meet the needs of the young people their families, and the broader community.

Key dates

  • Applications are now closed
  • Applicants will be notified whether they are successful by 30 June
  • Projects to commence before 1 October 2022

Contact information

For further information please contact the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs at