Please download our Community Assistance Policy for more details about eligibility.


If you would like to apply for Community Assistance, please download our application form and return it to the Club.


Each year The Buffs Club is approached by numerous organisation and individuals for financial assistance.

As a Community based Club we are dedicated to offering maximum opportunities to support the community in as many ways as possible.

Assistance is offered in the following ways:

  • Cash Donations
  • Sponsorships

  • In-kind Support

  • Facilitating School Discos

  • Skills Supply

Community Assistance Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month and all applicants will be contacted after this date with outcomes.

International Nurses Day

The Buffs Club is giving back to our wonderful nurses this year and providing free coffee on the 12th of May.

May is a special month for the medical community as it celebrates International Nurses Day on the 12th and is about recognising and appreciating all their hard work. Nurses work tirelessly and often go under appreciated, with COVID and many other difficulties they face on the daily nurses deserve to be thanked.

This month helps recognise and celebrate International Nurses Day and raises awareness for how much they really do in our community.


The Buffs Club is very proud to have taken a strong stand against Violence and anti-social behaviour within our Club.

Following a Coward Attack on a staff member at The Buff Club in January 2016, our Club has successfully launched its ‘Zero Tolerance – Clubs Say no to Violent and Anti-social Behaviours’ campaign.

Since that incident, we have focused on increasing the awareness of the effects that these acts of violence have on a range of people, not just those immediately involved. This has included working with a range of other similar organisations such as Stop the Coward Punch to increase awareness and help reduce the occurrence of these types of crimes within the Mount Isa Community.

The campaign has been branded with the colour purple which can be seen throughout the Club on a range of advertising. Merchandise is also available to purchase from the Bottle Shop. Each Friday Buffs Club staff proudly wear their Zero Tolerance shirts as their uniform, in support of the campaign and colleague.

The campaign and incident has attracted attention to our club on both a national and international level. We look forward to further developing the campaign in the future.