Successful Grant Recipients are responsible for meeting the terms and conditions of the grant agreement and managing the activity efficiently and effectively. You are also required to comply with record keeping, reporting and acquittal requirements as set out in the grant agreement.
Funding recipients will:
- be required to complete and sign an Acceptance of Grant Conditions Form, and invoice at least ten working days prior to the starting date of the proposed project or program to ensure adequate time is available for payments to be processed
- receive funds within ten working days of receipt of the signed Acceptance of Grant Conditions Form and invoice
- be required to submit an acquittal report to Flying Arts Alliance within 40 days of completing the project or program
Acquitting your grant
Your final report (acquittal report) must be submitted within 40 business days of completion of the
grant activity, unless otherwise stated in your grant agreement. You are expected to report on your
project’s achievements against agreed objectives including:
progress against agreed key deliverables
outcomes of the project
outcomes of partnerships and collaborations
expenditure of grant funding against the agreed budget
evidence of acknowledgment of funding
at least two high-quality photos and/or some video of the project.
Acquittal Reports are to be submitted via the Flying Arts Alliance SmartyGrants portal.
To assist with your reporting preparation, a preview of the RAF Quick Response Grant Acquittal Report is available here.
Working with Vulnerable People forms are available here.
Terms of Funding
These Terms of Funding together with the Acceptance of Grant Conditions make up the Funding Agreement between Flying Arts Alliance and the Successful Applicant.
A copy of the Grant Agreement can be found here.
You will be required to identify and maximise opportunities to promote the Australian Government contribution to the project, including through print media, social media, and other forms of electronic media. Please note that all funded projects are required to use the Flying Arts logo, Australian Government Regional Arts Fund logo, Regional Arts Australia logo and, the following statement provided by the Government:
‘This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, provided through Regional Arts Australia, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.’
The Flying Arts logo pack is available here.
Regional Arts Australia logos are available here.
The Australian Federal Government logos are available here.
PLEASE NOTE – YOU MUST USE ALL THREE LOGOS
For further information regarding the Regional Arts Fund or your grant application please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (07) 3216 1322.
The Regional Arts Fund (RAF) is an Australian Government program designed to benefit regional and remote arts practitioners, arts workers, audiences and communities. The fund is provided through Regional Arts Australia and is administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.