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Sponsorship


Guidelines

Guidelines and assessment criteria for sponsorship applications… Here

Sponsorship recipients

List of organisations that have received sponsorship in 2015-16… Here

Sponsorship Application Form

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Application form

Download the sponsorship application form

Sponsorship report template

A template for sponsorship recipients to report back on their event is coming soon

The Commission has a small annual budget for financial and in-kind support for events, conferences and other activities that:

  • Encourage and contribute to knowledge sharing and exchange about what works to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Queenslanders

The Commission will consider all sponsorship requests up to $10,000.

Applications for sponsorship will be assessed against eligibility requirements four times a year, with rounds closing on in 28 February31 May, 31 August and 30 November.

How to apply

  1. Read the QMHC Sponsorship Guidelines
  2. Download and fill in a QMHC Sponsorship Application Form
  3. Submit your completed Application form via email info@qmhc.qld.gov.au or post to PO BOX 13027, George Street, Brisbane QLD 4003.

The Commission also has an annual grant program. Read more about the Stronger Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Grants Program.


Last updated 10 November 2015


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