Sportscover's desire to assist community sports led to the creation of the Sportscover Sponsorship Fund (SSF) as an avenue to sponsor a wide variety of amateur sports men and women, striving to achieve sporting greatness across a broad cross-section of sports. Over the last few years, the SSF has donated over $70,000 in grants to grass-roots sporting clubs and associations.
Cash 4 Clubs is a sports funding scheme which gives clubs a chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, purchase new equipment, gain coaching qualifications, and generally invest in the sustainability of their club. It's a flexible way to get some help for your club or team.
The Elite Indigenous Travel and Accommodation Assistance Program (EITAAP) is an initiative that is jointly managed by the Australian Sports Commission and Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport.
This Foundation is all about empowering and enabling individuals to take control of their lives, to invest in their future and fulfil their potential. We support girls and women with initiative and passion, that are committed to achieving a dream and courageous enough to ask for help along the way.
The MYSP Program aims to create sustainable opportunities for youth from new and emerging communities and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to participate in sport and physical activity within local communities.
The Westpac Community Treasurers' Awards have been established to show appreciation of the immense contribution community treasurers make to their community groups, the community sector, and to Australia.
The Cumberland Courier Junior Sports Star program, now in its seventh year, highlights and celebrates junior sporting talent in local communities. From March to October, Cumberland Courier Newspapers call for nominations for outstanding athletes aged 10 to 16 and feature their stories and achievements in their editions each week.
Every sporting club in Australia will have access to a $1600.00 subsidy. This will enable sporting clubs to safeguarded their players, spectators & coaches with the most comprehensive defibrillator program.
The Community Sports Awards recognise outstanding achievements & contributions made by volunteers across New South Wales. The Awards are an expansion of the Sports Volunteer Awards previously conducted by the NSW Sports Federation.
The Veolia Mulwaree Trust was established to manage and distribute funds from the Woodlawn Bioreactor near Tarago in Southern NSW. The Woodlawn Bioreactor is owned by Veolia Environmental Services. The objective of the Veolia Mulwaree Trust is to provide funding to any charitable purpose and on projects for the benefit of the community of the former Mulwaree Shire Council area, or a community within a Council area immediately surrounding or adjoining the former Mulwaree Shire area. The Veolia Mulwaree Trust area covers the local government areas of Goulburn Mulwaree, Palerang, Shoalhaven, Oberon, Wingecarribee, Upper Lachlan and Wollondilly. The Veolia Mulwaree Trust holds three funding rounds each year, with closing dates usually around February, June and September. The exact closing date for applications to be considered at the next meeting of the Veolia Mulwaree Trust is advertised on this websiteâ€™s home page.
Registered clubs make a real difference to the community. Last year, New South Wales clubs gave over $76 million to community groups, charities and sports organisations through the ClubGRANTS scheme â€“ as part of clubsâ€™ $1.2 billion contribution to the NSW community.