Club Grants

Club Grants

AFL Central Murray Clubs Please Remember To Contact Equipment Solutions Plus (ESP)
For A Free Grant Consultation on 0408 315 807

Please see below for all the available club grants that your club can potentially apply for:

Sporting Club Grants Program – Closes 29th September 2020

 The Sporting Club Grants Program provides grants to assist in the purchase of sports uniforms and equipment and to improve the capacity and accessibility of Victorian clubs and other community sport and recreation organisations and increase the skills of their coaches, officials and managers.

Category 1: Uniforms or Equipment

Grants up to $1000 to purchase uniforms or equipment, including first aid equipment, essential for participation.

Category 2: Skill Development

Grants to improve the skills of organisation members by providing training for coaches, officials, administration staff and management committees.

  • Up to $2,000 for individual organisations.
  • Up to $5,000 for leagues, associations or an organisation that collaborates with multiple organisations to deliver training for a broad range of participants.

Category 3: Organisation Operational Capacity

Grants up to $5000 to improve the operational effectiveness and efficiency of organisations through strategic planning or, to increase community participation through accessible sport and active recreation opportunities such as pilot programs.

To apply or for more information click on the following link:

There is a netball one on our page than can be removed and replaced by the above one and the community survival one can stay as its still open for another couple weeks.


Reimagining Health: A VicHealth Grant – Available to apply 16th September

VicHealth is offering grants of up to $3K, $10K or $50K for local organisations who can support young people (aged 0-25 years) or Victorians experiencing disadvantage, by creating meaningful social connection, providing opportunities for physical activity or by addressing food security issues.

To apply click here:


Volunteering Australia Grants – Applications close 20th September

The State and Territory volunteering peak bodies, on behalf of the Australian Government, are pleased to offer 2020 Supplementary Volunteer Grants to volunteer involving organisations across Australia to support the efforts of volunteers in building stronger, more resilient communities.

Grants of $1000 – $5000 can be used by volunteer based organisations to support the efforts of their volunteers and encourage and increase participation in volunteering.

The grants can be used to buy small equipment for volunteers or for the reimbursement of volunteer fuel, transport or training costs, amongst other things.

To apply, click here:


Australian Sports Foundation – Active Kids Grant – Closes 30th September

The Active Kids Grants have been established with the aim of providing every child with the active childhood they deserve, by supplying them with the equipment they need to participate in sporting activities.

The grants will be focusing on volunteer run grassroots and community clubs with young members aged under 20, with priority given to clubs in disadvantaged and/or rural communities.

Suggested grant values are up to $10,000.

To apply, click here:


You Grow Girl – Woolworths Netball Grants – 

Woolworths want to support netball clubs and associations across the nation

Netball clubs and associations continue to seek funding to assist with developments / improvements to their community, whether that be through:

    • Upgrading facilities
    • Developing skills
    • Purchasing equipment
    • Supporting their clubs members

Woolworths want to continue to provide confidence to young girls to grow healthy and strong through the game they love to play.

To apply, click here:


Not For Profit Treasurers Awards – Commonwealth Bank $5000 – Closes 6th October

Not-for-profit treasurers have to get the basics right. There’s no room for flimflam, big talk, or massaging the figures. The money just has to be there – or everybody misses out. We owe treasurers a lot.

Most treasurers are untiring, painstaking, and efficient. They work long hours without asking for thanks or recognition. They keep the group afloat.

Every community organisation understands how much they owe to the person who keeps track of the finances. But they don’t often tell them so. Our Community and the Commonwealth Bank and their Not-for-Profit Sector Banking team believe Australia’s treasurers deserve some recognition.

The Commonwealth Bank Not-for-Profit Treasurers’ Awards are designed to provide that recognition.

The winners of the Not-for-Profit Treasurers’ Awards are announced at a gala event held during Not-for-Profit Finance Week.

To apply, click here:


Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package

The $40 million Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package provides grants to support the operational viability of community sport and active recreation organisations impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Grants of $1,000 are available for individual clubs.

For specific details on the program, including the objectives of the fund, the number of applications that can be submitted under each stream, the grant amounts available and eligibility of applications please refer to the guidelines:



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