To be considered eligible for a Quick Response grant, you will need to answer yes to the following questions:
- Has this emergency/opportunity arisen unexpectedly? That is, that it could not have been reasonably anticipated during a previous funding round and cannot wait for the next funding round.
- Can you provide evidence of the emergency/opportunity in your application? Such as:
o Photos of equipment needing replacing
o Documentation from ACMA, local council, landlord, owners corporation, utility company, real estate agency
o Insurance documentation
o Evidence of support from funding partners
o Hyperlinks or screenshots of the unique equipment sale
o Financial statements demonstrating costs cannot be met from organisation reserves
- Can you provide the following information required within the grant application?
o Your latest Annual Report with financial statements, even if you have supplied this information to the CBF previously
o Your current Strategic and/or Business Plans
o A description of your transmission setup, any apparatus licenses and block diagram of the current and proposed transmission chain (for transmission projects)
o An agreement with a registered training organisation (for training projects)
o A competitive quote for any equipment purchases over $2,000
o A clear and detailed project budget
o Contact information for your organisation and a key individual involved in the proposal
If you answered yes to the questions above, ensure you meet the Quick Response grant funding conditions.