Report 12: 2012-13

Between 1987 and 1996, four gambling and casino community benefit funds were established in Queensland. These funds invest in not-for-profit organisations to fund activities that benefit communities.

A percentage of the tax revenues raised from gambling activities is paid into the Community Investment Fund and distributed to the four funds for allocation to not-for-profit community organisations.

This report examines the effectiveness of the administration of the community benefit funds.