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Receiving a funding grant is a great way of attending to a much needed club project.  There are many forms of grants and some relate to specific areas such as a physical facility, flood relief or junior development. 


Sport Australia (formerly Australian Sports Commission)

has outlines Community Infrastructure Grants and Better Ageing Grants.  The site has links to third party funding opportunties via each state.


NEWS 4/2/19

Vic Health Active Club Grants Open

VicHealth is inviting community sport clubs to apply for an Active Club Grant with a number of golf clubs being successful in the last round of applications.

Grants for sporting clubs provide up to $3,000 or $10,000 to increase participation opportunities for Victorians in community sport.

Applications open:   5 February 2019              Applications close:  TBC Feb 2019

Focus Area 1 – Female Participation

  • Funding is available to support clubs to implement initiatives to engage more women and girls in sport.

Focus Area 2 – Social Sport

  • Funding is available to support clubs to implement new social or modified sport programs that target less active Victorians.

There are two funding tiers available to apply for an Active Club Grant and two separate applications can be submitted – one for each tier.

Tier 1: Up to $3,000

This tier is open to all eligible clubs across Victoria. This tier is where the majority of available funds will be allocated, allowing VicHealth to support a wide range of clubs across the state.

Tier 2: Between $3,001 and up to $10,000 (limited to 12 successful grants per round)

Clubs applying under tier 2 should be able to demonstrate a membership base of over 200, the ability to reach a large number of community members through a program or multiple teams, or experiencing significant demand resulting from population growth.

Applications are to be submitted online.

Click on the link  for more information and to apply:



Grants Quote

ASF Fund

The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) launched a Grants 4 Grassroots (G4G) Fund, a small grants program that funds innovative initiatives and programs aimed at increasing participation in grassroots and community based sport.

G4G was set up to support non-profit organisations with a sporting purpose and sporting clubs throughout Australia. Grants ranging from $2,500-$10,000 will be made to support a variety of participation based projects such as the purchase of sporting equipment, sport development initiatives or improvements to sporting facilities. Funds raised for G4G come from generous donors who wish to see more people playing sport and benefiting from the enjoyment and positive social impacts that sport can have on people and their communities.

To find out how your club can take advantage of the ASF's deductable gift recipient status by which donations of $2 or more to registered club projects are tax deductable, go to

Download ASF Fundraising Toolkit below

Grant Writing Specialists

There are a number of grant writing and planning specialists on the market such as SmartyGrants and Red Tape Busters.

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