Queensland Anzac Centenary Grants Program
Applications are now open for the Queensland Anzac Centenary Lasting Legacies and Spirit of Service grants programs. Funding is available for projects that commemorate the role played by Queenslanders in the First World War or other significant Australian military anniversaries.
Recent changes have made the grants program even more accessible for community organisations to apply, with two types of grants now available:
Applications for both programs close 6pm, Friday 30 September 2016. Spirit of Service will re-open for its next round on Monday 3 October 2016.
State Library holds a number of publications which have been produced as a result of a successful Queensland Anzac Centenary grants, including:
- JUV Q 940.400899915 NEW The Boys from Barambah : the story of the black diggers of Barambah-Cherbourg of World War 1 - complied and written by Mark Newman, Sally Lawrence and Philippa Scarlett with assistance from Tanya Schneider and the ANZAC 100 Boys from Barambah Committee
- HDVD 357.18 ANZ The Anzac Equestrian History Project : of the greater Sunshine Coast
- 30574 Queensland's Ukrainian Anzacs WWI 1914-1918 - by Khrystyna Misko