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Get Connected With Your Community

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 – as part of clubs’ $1.2 billion contribution to the NSW community.

Local Organisations such as Twin Towns Friends, PCYC and KIDS in NEED just to name a few benefit greatly from donations of cash and in-kind support by the local clubs on the Tweed, many of these organisations would not survive without the hard work of their dedicated volunteers and the support given by the Clubs.

As well as cash and in-kind donations to the larger groups, THBC has donated over 2,000 kilos of sausages to local sporting clubs, kindergartens and community support groups to conduct charity BBQs with organisers raising much needed funds from these events.

To find out more about the Club Grants Scheme and to see if your organisation may be eligible for support in the next funding round contact Tweed Shire Council or log on to tweed.nsw.gov.au

About Club GRANTS

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 – as part of clubs’ $1.2 billion contribution to the NSW community.

Organisations such as Surf Life Saving, Men of League Foundation, Ted Noffs, Hunter BreastCare, Southern Care, Vision Australia, SES and Legacy are just a few of the organisations that benefit from the support provided by clubs through the ClubGRANTS scheme.

How To Apply

There are 3 ClubGRANTS categories, and community groups are able to apply through their Local Council Committees for funds available in categories 1 and 2. Information on how to apply and deadline dates can vary depending on your Local Committee. To find details of your local committee please click here.

Category 1 funding is available for specific local community priorities such as community welfare and social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities.

Category 2 funding is focused on core club activities and traditional areas of club expenditure, such as support for sport and recreation groups. A letter from your organisation outlining who you are and what is required may be enough to satisfy this category however it is essential that you read the guidelines.

Guidelines

A copy of the guidelines can be found here. Please carefully read the ClubGRANTS Guidelines to determine whether your project is eligible for funding and to take note of the reporting obligations for funding recipients.

Inquiries

If you have any enquiries after accessing the Club GRANTS Guidelines and the Local Committee Index, please contact the THBC or the local committee. Alternatively, you can contact the ClubsNSW Member Enquiries Centre on Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm on:

P: 1300 730 001
E: enquiries@clubnsw.com.au

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