Queensland Community Foundation

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Queensland Community Foundation

"Established in 1997 the Queensland Community Foundation (QCF) is a public charitable trust set up to serve the State's communities by providing a permanent funding source for charities and non profit organisations...

"Individuals, companies, charities and other groups - sometimes communities - may establish a sub-fund under the QCF Trust Deed to support a cause or causes of their choice in their chosen geographic area.

"The funds are invested in perpetuity and the income is distributed for charitable causes.

"The QCF Board of Governors, currently chaired by Dr John de Groot, is entirely voluntary and consists of leaders from a variety of fields who give their time as a community service.

"You pay no legal or set-up charges when you give through the Queensland Community Foundation. The Public Trustee of Queensland, QIC and Anglo Coal Australia Pty Ltd provide administrative and financial support as part of their community service obligation." [1]


Accessed July 2009: [2]

Board of Governers

Management Committee


Grant Making


Web: http://www.qcf.org.au

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  1. Home, Queensland Community Foundation, accessed July 13, 2009.
  2. Committees, Queensland Community Foundation, accessed July 13, 2009.