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GRANTS for Organisations and Individuals

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Posted: Mon, 19th Mar 2018

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Organisational grants

INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS –$100,000 to $300,000 per project Sport and Recreation

Department of Industry (Liquor & Gaming) Infrastrucure Grants are made possible by the ClubGrants Catgergory 3 Fund which reinvests profits from gaming machines into community projects.

Infrastructure Grants can be used for costs such as construction, the purchase of capital equipment and professional fees. Examples of projects range from local sports ground facilities, public swimming pools, children's play areas, museums, art galleries, theatres and upgrades to evacuation centres such as back-up power generators, new training facilities and accommodation for volunteers and the community.

Eligibility is based on location, applicant, benefit, purpose, development status, financial contribution and process.

https://www.liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au/Pages/about-us/our-initiatives/infrastructure-grants.aspx

Final round of this cycle opens on Tuesday May 1 and closes 5pm (AEST) Monday May 21 2018

 

STRONGER COUNTRY COMMUNITIES FUND – Minimum $50,000 per project

The Stronger Country Communities Fund delivers local infrastructure to improve the quality of life for people in regional NSW. Funding is for projects such as parks, community halls, sports facilities, playgrounds and amenity blocks.

A total of $200 million is available in Round Two in regional NSW. The fund will support projects for:

• construction of new or refurbishment/upgrade of existing community infrastructure such as community halls, playgrounds, or toilet blocks

• construction of new or refurbishment/upgrade of existing local sporting infrastructure such as change-room facilities, walking and cycle pathways, public pool upgrades, indoor sports facilities or oval/court lighting

• capital works related to street beautification and public ‘place making’ such as murals, planter boxes or town and tourism signage.

Minimum grant amount is $50,000 per project. When seeking grant funding of more than $1 million for a single project, applicants must include a minimum financial co-contribution of at least 25 per cent.

The Stronger Country Communities Fund is open to applications from all 92 NSW regional local government areas (outside of Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong), Lord Howe Island and the Unincorporated Far West.

https://www.nsw.gov.au/improving-nsw/regional-nsw/regional-growth-fund/stronger-country-communities/

Applications close Friday May 4 2018 at 5pm (AEST)

 

TEAM HARVEY JUNIOR

The #TeamHarveyJunior initiative is continuing Harvey Norman's commitment to women and girls in sport.

What would a $5,000 sponsorship mean to your girls' sporting team? Uniforms? Travel? Resurfacing a court or a pitch? Extra training? This is your opportunity to be one of ten junior female Harvey Norman sponsored teams.

Enter your team below and don't forget to hashtag your team photograph for your chance to get reposted by Girlfriend magazine.

https://www.harveynorman.com.au/teamharveyjunior

Applications close Monday April 390

 

GIVING FOR GRASROOTS (G4GTM)

The G4G™ program grants up to $10,000 to community-based organisations, schools and clubs.

We passionately believe in the benefits of community-based sports participation such as social inclusion, healthier lifestyles and the development of teamwork and leadership skills.

https://asf.org.au/giving4grassroots/

Sport4Everyone is opening on Wednesday 28 March 2018 and will close on Thursday 26 April 2018.

 

Individual grants

 

LAYNE BEACHLEY FOUNDATION – $4,000 plus other inclusions

Scholarships are awarded annually in many areas including sport, science, art, music and entertainment, environment and sustainability plus business, leadership and community. Keep reading for more details on each category. 

WHO CAN APPLY? 

THE SCHOLARSHIP 

Scholarships are not available for:

 

https://www.laynebeachleyfoundation.org.au/apply-now

Applications close 31 March. Apply online. Winners announced on 1 July 2018.

 

SPORT ACCESS FOUNDATION $2,000 grant plus other inclusions

Sport Access Foundation aims to facilitate and encourage children and teenagers living with a disability to participate in sport so they have the opportunity to excel and achieve their goals.
Grants will be awarded at the sole discretion of the Sport Access Foundation to applicants who meet the selection criteria and best demonstrate the desire to succeed in their chosen pursuit and where the financial and moral support from Sport Access Foundation would further their education or personal development.

http://sportaccessfoundation.org.au/what-we-do/our-grants

Applications for the 2018 Grants will open at the end of March 2018

 

 

YOUTH OFF THE STREETS - $6,000 Scholarship

Youth Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for young people who are facing challenges of homelessness, drug and alcohol dependency, exclusion from school, neglect and abuse. We provide a range of services to support these young people as they work to turn their lives around.
It is our belief that education is the key to breaking the cycle of disadvantage and poverty that traps so many of the young people we work with. Our National Scholarship Program is a way in which we offer young people in Australia an opportunity to achieve their best.
 
National Scholarship Program
The National Scholarship Program celebrates the talents and strengths of young people in Australia who exhibit extraordinary promise but lack the personal support networks and resources that will allow them to fulfil their potential.
Every year over 20 young people throughout Australia are awarded scholarships valued at $6,000 to pursue further education or training so they may realise their potential for a positive future. In addition each recipient and their guest will be brought to Sydney to attend a special award ceremony in October 2018 to be formally acknowledged of their achievement.
 
Who can be nominated?
Nominations are invited from young people aged 16 to 21 inclusive with genuine talent, ability and determination in any education or training course, including (but not limited to): academic skills; visual or performing arts; sport; trade skills; and music.
 
Nominations must be made by the young person themselves; however assistance in completing the nomination is encouraged and is your opportunity to help a young person follow their dreams.
 
www.youthoffthestreets.com.au/programs/scholarship  


Nominations close on Friday, 6 April 2018 at 4pm. 

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