Grants

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Wyong Shire Council – Sponsorship Funding

This program aims to support high quality initiatives that contribute to the vitality and culture of the shire by activating townships, raising the Shire’s profile, promoting social inclusion, assisting in building relationships, and supporting tourism and business events that deliver economic benefits.

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Coles – Local community initiatives

The Coles Local Community Support program recognises these grass-roots groups and organisations by providing support to help with fundraisers, raffles, community days and other activities. The program aims to aid local charities and organisations whose cause addresses issues and activities relating to health, education and the environment.

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City of Monash – Get Active Grants

This program seeks to provide assistance to people from migrant and refugee backgrounds living in Monash who are involved or want to get involved in sport. There are four funding categories as follows: 1. Get Started: Funding of up to $100 per participant per year. 2. Get Better: Funding of up to $250 per participant per year. 3. Get Inclusive: Funding of up to $500 per club per year. 4. Sports Without Borders: For new arrivals or refugees wishing to get involved in sport.

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TAS: TIS Individual Support Program

Each application will be assessed against the criteria. Within the assessment process the Tasmanian Institute of Sport will determine the most appropriate level of support. The TIS at their discretion may offer one of the following: Individual Scholarship or Assisted Athlete Fund Support

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TAS: TIS Coaching Development Program

In supporting the development of Tasmania's elite coaches, a scholarship is offered to an aspiring coach to assist with their development within the high performance coaching arena. The scholarship provides not just financial but also mentoring support to the suitable coach allowing them to gain valuable national and international experience whilst augmenting their knowledge and skills through hands-on coaching and education opportunities.

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FRRR Grants for Resilience & Wellness (GR&W)

The Grants for Resilience & Wellness (GR&W) program helps communities affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires to undertake community strengthening and resilience-building projects. This program will run until at least 2016, recognising that it takes time for communities to recover from such natural events.

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Pacific Sports Partnership (PSP)

The Pacific Sports Partnerships (PSP) is delivered through partnerships between the Australian Sports Commission with Australian sport organisations and their counterpart regional and national sport federations in the Pacific. The PSP was launched in 2009 to strengthen sporting cooperation with the Pacific and contribute to the priorities of Australia’s aid program in the region. The program involves a particular focus to support grass roots sport and capability building of national sporting federations, while contributing to identify development outcomes. Five sports are currently supported to deliver activities during the first phase of the PSP: cricket, football, netball, rugby league and rugby union.

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FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grants

FRRR and our donor partners, including The Sally Foundation, are providing up to $100,000 to assist not-for-profit organisations in rural, regional and remote Australian communities to ‘adopt’ and act on one of this year’s eight Heywire innovative project ideas. Applications that tap into the strengths of young people and adapt the idea to their own local situation are encouraged. Successful grant applicants will have control over how the project is implemented in their community, but will be encouraged to make contact with the young people who initially developed the idea (facilitated by Heywire).

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Multicultural SA – One-off Grants

Multicultural Grants are for all multicultural projects however priority will be given to projects that support women, youth or rural and remote communities. The Multicultural Grants aim to: increase understanding of the culturally diverse community in which we live celebrate and value cultural diversity improve equality and acceptance in society increase participation by South Australians of all backgrounds in society.

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WA Government

WA: North West Travel Subsidy

North West Travel Subsidy aims assist young athletes from the North West with travel costs. It aims to encourage participation in identified sport and recreation activities for athletes (13-18 years) living in the regions of the Kimberley, Pilbara and Gascoyne who are yet to qualify for State team representation. Allocations vary per region.

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Tasmanian Government

TAS: Championship grants

Grants of up to $3 000 per event are available to eligible competitions, championships and sporting/gaming events that: are held in the March - November period (events held in December, January and February are not eligible) attract more than 200 people from outside Tasmania staying three nights or more in paid commercial accommodation (hotel, motel, B&B, cabin) promote pre- and post-championship holidays and regional touring as a part of their event promotion.

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ACT Government

NDIS Community Participation Grants

The grants will enable people with disabilities, their families and other unpaid carers to prepare for the NDIS by participating in events or activities that could: Provide opportunities to identify whole of life goals and aspirations Establish sustainable informal networks Exercise choice and control in relation to the supports and services they have engaged to assist them to work toward those plans

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QLD: Bundaberg Regional Council – Sport Championship Funding Program

This program aims to support the staging of high level sporting events in the Bundaberg Region. It provides funding for events that are international, national or state in focus, are recognised by the relevant sporting authority and provide an opportunity for talented athletes, officials and coaches to develop their skills through exposure to and participation in these events.

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City of Ipswich – Sporting event Sponsorship

This program aims to assist eligible organisations to host local, district, regional, state, national and international sporting events within the boundaries of Ipswich. Its objectives are to: - Increase physical activity for community benefit. - Assist in building the capacity of sport and recreation organisations to host events and for the events to become sustainable. - Create partnerships with local, state and national sporting organisations. - Activate spaces and facilities.

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Emergency Sporting and Recreational equipment

These grants provide assistance to grassroots sport and active recreation clubs and organisations to replace essential sporting or first aid equipment that has been lost or destroyed as a consequence of fire, flood, significant storm event, theft or criminal damage.

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ANZ – Netball Nation

We support all Australians who live and breathe netball! Which is why, throughout the 2015 ANZ Championship Season, ANZ will be offering their Netball Nation Grants Program. The grants include equipment, uniforms, tickets and custom grants to Aussie netballers. Entries are now open.

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ACT Government

2015 Inclusive Participation Funding Program

The primary objective of the IPFP is to increase participation opportunities in sport and recreation for the identified target populations: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Culturally and linguistically Diverse (CALD) People, Older Adults and People with a Disability.

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National Stronger Regions Fund

The Australian Government has established the National Stronger Regions Fund to support needed infrastructure that promotes stable, secure and viable local and regional economies. Applications Open May 1, 2015 and close July 31, 2015.

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Commonwealth Bank

CommBank Cricket Club Sponsorship

This year, the Commonwealth Bank is offering local cricket clubs the chance to apply for one of their Club Sponsorships. Each consists of a two-year, $2,000 financial commitment each year, as well as cricket gear. You’ll also get CommBank cricket merchandise, such as Commonwealth Bank marquees, to use on game days. Applications close August 9, 2015.

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Northern Territory Government

NT: Grass Roots Development Investment Program

The Territory Government supports the sport and active recreation clubs, groups and service deliverers to deliver on grass roots participation through the Grass Roots Development Investment Program, the program is administered by the Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR). Grants of up to $5,000 available. Grant Rounds are Open all-year round.

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Northern Territory Government

Quick Response Program

The Quick Response Program provides assistance for organisations to quickly attend to unforeseeable expenses and maximise opportunities that need immediate funding. It also assists individual Territorians and teams in their endeavours to achieve nationally and internationally both on the field and off. Funding ranges from $500-$10,000, with applications closing on May 31, 2015.

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Country Athletes Support Program

The Country Athletes Support Program is designed to assist talented young athletes from country areas of NSW to access competitions held in Sydney Metropolitan area. Grants are provided to athletes for one season only. The maximum amount of the grant for each individual is $500.

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Victorian State Government

Community Sustainability Infrastructure Fund

Through the Victorian Government’s Community Sustainability Infrastructure Fund, community groups, business and local government are offered an exciting, new opportunity to apply for funding to assist in achieving local sustainability outcomes and environmental improvement. Up to $50,000 on offer.

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Australian Sports Commission

dAIS – Athlete Grant

The dAIS scheme provides an opportunity for athletes in Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games sports to receive a direct cash grant from the Australian Government. Athletes may be nominated by their National Sporting Organisation (NSO) to receive a dAIS grant if they have achieved a podium finish in a World Championship event, or have the potential to do so.

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Northern Territory Government

$200 Learn to Swim Voucher Scheme

Territory toddlers aged up to five years will be eligible for $200 in swimming lessons a year funded by the Northern Territory Government's Learn to Swim Vouchers. Through the Learn to Swim Vouchers, the Government's aim is to prevent children from drowning in the Territory, and to provide lifelong swimming skills.

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Victorian State Government

Significant Sporting Events Program

The Significant Sporting Events Program helps sporting, community and event organisations to deliver significant sporting events in Victoria. Private event organisations, National and State Sporting Associations, venues, Local Government authorities and not for profit organisations may apply. Applications close February 28, 2018.

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WA Government

ClubTalk

Equips local clubs with the skills, tools and knowledge to create more effective and smarter businesses which is a recurring theme across a number of challenges identified in the Sport and Recreation Industry Strategic Directions: 2011-2015. his investment targets the development and roll-out of innovative or cost effective-information communication technology (ICT).

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WA Government

Community Volunteer Project

The Community Volunteer Project (CVP) will train, recognise, support and provide innovative opportunities for volunteers to create, sustain and boost the next generation of 200,000 community volunteers. One of the features is to roll out volunteer workplace planning support to sport and recreation bodies that have significant volunteer systems to make it easier for volunteers to be involved.

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Club One Small Grants (SA)

Club One has a small grants program to provide up to $500 (more on merit) to Clubs to assist in small projects and activities. Typical allocations would be for first aid equipment, strips for a junior team, minor capital items and so forth. In sum, practical, very useful and much needed.

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Clubs SA/IGC Sponsorship Assistance Program (SA)

Together with the Independent Gaming Corporation (IGC), Clubs SA invites non gaming Clubs and community organisations to apply for Project Grants via its Sponsorship Assistance Program. In recent years, over $2,000,000 has been directed back to the wider South Australian community under the auspices of the Sponsorship Assistance Program to support projects that include resurfacing of sports grounds, lighting, charity projects, community awareness campaigns and many more.

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Northern Territory Government

Sport Voucher Scheme (NT)

The Northern Territory Government's Sport Voucher Scheme ensures all young Territorians have access to sport, recreation and cultural activities. Every enrolled, school-aged child across the Territory will receive $200 annually available as $100 vouchers in July and January which can be redeemed at their local registered sport, recreation or cultural organisation.

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Cadbury Fundraiser Community Grants

Cadbury Fundraiser continues its Community Grants program in 2015. The grants program is intended to support a wide range of community-based projects that increase social inclusion and enhance community engagement.

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Australian Sports Foundation – Sport Incentive Program

The ASF continues to build awareness in the sports sector of the importance of partnerships involving sport, business and the broader community. To reinforce this, the work of the ASF has been named the Sport Incentive Program. Through contact with sporting clubs, associations, national bodies and schools, and through establishing links with local government and community bodies, it has worked to promote understanding of the benefits of its tax deductible services and to develop a ‘self-determinant’ culture within organisations.

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Athletics International

Athletics International Travel Funding

Athletics International (AI), a group of former and current elite athletes whose aims include fostering improvement in our sport, are offering current athletes the opportunity to apply for a $200 funding grant to support domestic travel.

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Cheaperthanhotels Sponsorship & Fundraising Program

Cheaperthanhotels are pleased to offer a wide range of opportunities for sponsorship and fundraising support for community groups, non-profit organizations, schools, universities and sports clubs. They can help your organization achieve its goals by providing much needed financial support. Each organisation will be assessed on a case by case basis and can gain anything from $250 up to $25,000 a year in funding.

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Tennis Australia Facility Loan Scheme

The Tennis Australia Facility Loan Scheme financially assists affiliated Australian Tennis Clubs, Centres and Associations with upgrades, replacements and improvements on their tennis facilities, by providing low interest loans. Applications are ongoing.

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WA Government

Sports Lotteries Account

This program encourages WA state sport associations to produce a three to five-year strategic plan to ensure the ongoing development of their sport. It is this strategic plan that should form the basis of the application. $10 million is allocated each year to the program, with applications taken all year round.

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Tasmanian Government

Major Grants Program

The Major Grants Program provides grants of between $15 000 and $80 000 to clubs, associations, local government and other not-for profit providers of sport and active recreation. Eligible projects must benefit sport and/or active recreation clubs.

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WorkSafe Victoria Club Safety Fund

To promote netball as a safe and healthy sport for players, coaches, umpires, volunteers, officials and spectators, the WorkSafe Club Safety Fund has been established to provide financial assistance to football/netball Clubs to improve the safety of the Club environment.

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NSW Government

NSW Refugee Youth Sports Sponsorship

The Refugee Youth Sports Sponsorship Program was established by the Community Relations Commission to enable young people of refugee background living in NSW to participate in sports. Sponsorship of up to $500 per player is available to cover costs associated with playing team sports, including registration and game fees, uniforms, and playing equipment.

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WA: Healthway Sport and Racing Sponsorship

The primary purpose for Healthway's Sport and Racing Sponsorship Program is to provide sponsorship support for community organisations for programs and events within the sport, racing and active recreation areas where there is a significant opportunity to change behaviours and environments to improve health. Grants range from under $5,000 to over $50,000. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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WA: Aboriginal Health Project Grants

These grants are offered to incorporated organisations and community groups to run innovative health promotion programs with Aboriginal people. Groups can apply for up to $10,000 to run the program. Applications taken on an ongoing basis but must be received by Healthway a minimum of four calendar months prior to the commencement of the project.

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WA Lotterywest Vehicles Grant

This program assists community groups in Western Australia with the cost of purchasing a vehicle to help with their community service. Not-for-profit organisations or local government authorities, may be eligible to apply. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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Community Benefit SA

Community Benefit SA (CBSA) provides one-off project funding to incorporated, non-government, non-profit, charitable and social welfare organisations to develop and strengthen communities across the metropolitan, rural and remote regions of South Australia. Grants aim to improve the community participation, life management skills, well-being and quality of life of disadvantaged individuals, families and communities. Up to $45,000 available. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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Tas: National Representatives Fund

A sports assistance scheme provided by the Government of Tasmania to cover the additional cost to Tasmanian Athletes and Coaches competing at a Junior or Open Competition level to travel with an international team competing overseas. Grants of up $2,000 available. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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WA Government

WA: Active Regional Communities

Active Regional Communities (ARC) is a Department of Sport and Recreation initiative aiming to increase the opportunities for country people to participate in sporting and active recreational activities in regional Western Australia. ARC consists of two components, Organisational Development (between $2,000 - $15,000, available between July 1st and September 30th) and Initiative Grants (up to $5,000, ongoing availability).

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WA: Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund

The purpose of the program is to provide Western Australian Government financial assistance to community groups and local government authorities to develop basic infrastructure for sport and recreation. Grants between $2,500 - $4,000,000 available. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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Victorian State Government

Victoria: Developing Stronger Regions

The Developing Stronger Regions program provides support for studies, such as a feasibility study, a demand study or a business case to enable prospective applicants to investigate the technical and/or economic viability of a project. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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Victorian State Government

Victoria: Putting Locals First

The Putting Local First program is to enable regional communities to devise and deliver service and infrastructure responses which reflect local priorities. Grants of between $1,000 - $500,000 available. Applications taken on an ongoing basis.

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Northern Territory Government

Northern Territory: Active Remote Communities Grants

Active Remote Communities Grants provide assistance to remote communities to deliver sport and recreation activities to members of remote communities throughout the Territory. The grants are directly negotiated through the Local Government Shires and are open on an ongoing basis.

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WA Lotterywest: Furniture and Equipment Grants

We support the purchase of furniture and equipment that meet your organisation’s needs. By way of example, grants can be for office items, telephone and filing systems, resource materials, whitegoods, toys, musical instruments and workshop tools. Grant applications can be made on an ongoing basis.

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WA Lotterywest: Community Spaces Grant

We support various types of community spaces. Our grants support both indoor areas, such as a community or interpretive centre, and outdoor facilities, including skate parks, playgrounds, memorials, and community gardens. We look to support spaces that encourage people to enjoy community life. Grants are available on an ongoing basis.

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WA Lotterywest : Community Events and Celebration Grants

We provide grants for various types of events. Some are small – lasting only one day and involving a local community. Others run over a week and attract thousands of people. We support the cost of publicity, advertising and the hire of venues or equipment. We may also cover entertainment, administrative needs, salaries and consumables where the cost cannot be met through other sources. Grants of up to $20,000 are available and are open on an ongoing basis.

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WA Lotterywest: Big Ideas Grants

Anything is possible! We have supported all kinds of amazing new ideas. By way of example, and not to limit your imagination, our experience is that grants for big ideas typically fall into one of the following three areas, Community Assets, Large Scale Projects and Major Events. Applications can be made on an ongoing basis.

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Telstra Kids Fund

Permanent Telstra Group employees can apply for a Telstra's Kids Fund grant of $1,200 to support a project or activity run by a non-profit organisation involving a child, 18 years or under, in their immediate family. Open year round with funding paid four times a year.

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Australian Sports Commission

Local Sporting Champions

The Local Sporting Champions program is an Australian Government initiative designed to provide financial assistance for young people aged 12-18 towards the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at an official national sporting organisation (NSO) endorsed state, national or international sporting championships or a School Sport Australia state or national championships.

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WA Government

KidSport (WA)

KidSport will make it possible for Western Australian children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. KidSport will allow eligible youth aged 5-18 years to apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees. The fees will go directly to the registered KidSport clubs participating in the project through their participating local government. Maximum of up to $200 per child per calendar year.

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