A scholarship to Change Our Game

Sport North East’s Project Coordinator, Felicity Munro was lucky enough to recently be awarded a Women in Leadership Scholarship as part of the Victorian Government’s Change Our Game Scholarship Program.

Felicity leads Sport North East’s Learn Support Lead: activating women in leadership program, currently taking place in Wodonga and the Towong Shire. The scholarship will help Felicity understand the current local context for women in leadership roles, which will enhance the development of the Learn Support Lead program.

“I’m really looking forward to the opportunity to network and develop a support circle,” she said. “The potential for ongoing one-to-one mentoring is really exciting.”

Felicity is no stranger to the responsibilities, rewards and challenges of leadership. As well as running her own business, she has been the president of the Tatong Football Netball Club and the founding president of the Samaria Suns Masters Football Club. Felicity has also recently joined the AFL Vic Country Masters Board.

Felicity will be attending a women in leadership forum and masterclass in Wodonga and Melbourne. Thank you to the Victorian Government for their support of women in leadership and Sport North East.

Pick My Project winners announced

Pick My Project is a Victorian-first community grants initiative, with at least $1 million in funding available in each metro and regional area.

Voting has closed and the winners have been announced. There are 8 successful projects in north east Victoria, with 6 of those related to sport and recreation. You can view each of them by clicking on the project below.

Mitta Valley Mountain Bike Park

New beginner MTB trail and trail head in Bright

Big Hill Mountain Bike Park community facilities

Yackandandah Creek Recreational Trail

Run, walk, ride with the flow, beyond Pebble Beach

Bridging the gap between Tallangatta and Shelley

VicHealth Active Club Grants Now Open

The latest round of VicHealth’s Active Club Grants are open now, closing on Friday 31st August 2018. The grants have a focus on women’s sport and making getting active fun and accessible for all. VicHealth will be funding programs for women and girls and social or modified sport programs. This is a brilliant opportunity to boost female participation in your club or get more people involved in fun, flexible or less structured activities. Grants of up to $3,000 and $10,000 are available. Find out more about the grants and apply for your club today by visiting the VicHealth website.