Get Out, Get Active - getting women and girls active for life
Closes 28 April 2017
The Get Out, Get Active program provides funding for projects that will deliver community-based sport and recreation activities that increase opportunities for participation by women and girls who are either currently inactive, or would otherwise benefit from further participation.
Previously, Get Out, Get Active funding has been provided to councils to improve women’s and girls’ sport and active recreation opportunities. In partnership with the Office of the Commonwealth Games, Round 3 has been expanded to include a new category of not-for-profit sport and recreation organisations. This has been made available through the Embracing 2018 Legacy Program for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Disaster Recovery Funding - Now Available
Our Minister for Sport, the Honourable Mick De Brenni announced the opening of a special ‘Disaster Recovery Program’ to assist local sport and recreation clubs in areas affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie and its aftermath.
Under the Disaster Recovery Program, clubs can apply for grants of up to $5000 to assist with urgent needs such as replacing equipment or making repairs to clubhouses or grounds.
If your club has been affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie and its aftermath, please contact your local Sport and Recreation Services Office to discuss the funding available and the application process.
Underwood Office 07 3078 3187 or Gold Coast Office 07 5669 2114
Active Club Program
Closes 23 September 2017
The Active Club Program helps active recreation and sports clubs with Program and Equipment up to $5,000 and Facility upgrade requests up to $25,000. Incorporated sport or active recreation clubs are eligible for this grant.
Sport and Recreation Development and Inclusion Program
Closes 4 December 2017
To provide assistance to eligible organisations to develop and implement projects that will grow the sport or activity, improve services and/or address barriers to inclusion.
Bank West East Grant
Application ongoing through out the year
Bankwest are all about supporting local communities across Australia. The first 20 Easy Grant application received each month ath ment the entry criteria will be up for public vote. The three groups with the highest number of votes will receive $1000 each. The remaining groups will receive $200 each.
Lotterywest Trail Grant
Grants open throughout the year
The Department and Lotterywest partner to delvier trails grants to assist in developing trail in Western Australia. Areas of grant support can be planning a trail, constructing or upgrading a trail or promoting a trail. Please note this grant does not support trail maintenance.