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QCPW Awards and grants now open

The annual Queensland Child Protection Awards provide an opportunity to publicly acknowledge the efforts, commitment and unreserved energy of many people who make a significant contribution to our community to prevent child harm and neglect. Awards are given across nine categories and will be presented at a launch ceremony for Queensland Child Protection Week, which will be held at Parliament House on Thursday, 29th August. Nominations close 5pm on Friday, 31st May. Find out more and nominate. The new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Engagement Grant is also available for NGOs and not for profit groups operating in Queensland. These groups can apply for the one off grant payment of $5,000 to help enhance and promote child protection messages within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Find out more about eligibility and apply online. Applications are also open for Regional grants of $5,000 for each of the five regional areas of Queensland with collaborative submissions among six agencies within each region being accepted. Activity grants of up to $1,000 are available to non-government organisations, community organisations and networks for events that have been designed to positively support the theme and aims of Child Protection Week. Applications for all grants close Friday, 17th MayFind out more about the grants and how to apply.

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