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Community Infrastructure Investment Partnership (CIIP)

The $8 million Community Infrastructure Investment Partnership (CIIP) program is an initiative under the Queensland Government’s Unite and Recover: Queensland’s Economic Recovery Plan to support communities impacted by COVID-19.

It will accelerate economic recovery through enhanced community infrastructure to deliver critical social services such as job-readiness programs.

The competitive grants program was open to not-for-profit organisations to expand, upgrade or rebuild existing facilities that deliver vital social services.

The following endorsed projects have received CIIP funding to upgrade facilities that deliver community and job-readiness services.

  • Selectability Ltd, Ayr: $808,500 to transform an unused historic Caledonian Hall into a hub of healing, hope and opportunity offering well-being, suicide prevention and training services.
  • Salvation Army, Mackay: $1.616 million in funding to establish Emergency refuge accommodation facilities
  • SBcare Incorporated, Kingaroy: $524,760 to renovate a community hall to enable additional services and use by community groups.
  • Sunshine Butterflies, Cooroibah, Sunshine Coast: $209,330 to expand and upgrade a community café for training and commercial use.
  • Better Together Association, Caboolture: $291,920 to convert an empty shed into a community hub shared by six organisations to support people with a disability.
  • Arafmi Ltd, Teneriffe: $400,000 for a one-stop-shop mental health residential and respite hub.
  • Happy Paws Happy Hearts Ltd, Wacol: $511,860 to upgrade training facilities providing expanded care and employment programs for people experiencing social isolation.
  • BUSHkids (Royal Queensland Bush Children's Health Scheme), Toowong: $481,090 for a dedicated centre for telehealth services, primarily for children in rural and regional locations.
  • Gindaja Treatment and Healing Indigenous Corporation, Yarrabah: $1.474 million for a new learning and wellbeing centre.
  • ARC Disability Services, Cairns: $1 million to develop a purpose-built place-based community services hub.
  • Tully Support Centre Inc., Tully: $340,085 to expand a support centre offering community training and outreach services.
  • YMCA Social Impact (Y-Care, South East Queensland Inc.), Ipswich: $235,240 to refurbish a former aged-care facility into a youth centre.

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Last updated: Friday, Sep 10, 2021