and enjoy the benefits
The MTBA Executive Officer said, "MTBA remains of the view that we should be supporting great MTB development initiatives all over Australia. We believe that supporting such initiatives will benefit clubs and members which in turn will benefit mountain biking in the State which will benefit MTBA. The successful applications in Round 1 of the Club Grant Scheme comprised of some trails based projects, a school based junior development program, support for a women specific development program and a Commissaire training support project."
Scott added, "MTBA is very excited by what we think will be the initiatives that will flow from the second round of funding in the Club Grant Scheme."
Affiliated clubs can now apply for up to $4000 in each funding round to assist in delivering local initiatives that will benefit their local area for the benefit of their local MTB community.
The Club Grant Scheme documentation is simple to apply for and is available in the on-line Club Administration area as well as below.
Application for the second round of the Club Grant Scheme closes on 30th June 2013 and will be funded in July 2013.
Download the Club Grant Scheme Documentation here: