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Active Indigo Recreation Plan
Calling all residents of Indigo Shire! Indigo Shire Council is preparing an Active Indigo Plan (Recreation Plan) for the next 8 years. It will guide how Council will support physical activity in the community. Complete the online survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/activeindigo to have your say! Closes Monday 11th September. You can also meet the project team and […]Read more.
Child Safety Standards – Information Sessions
The Victorian State Government has introduced compulsory minimum standards that apply to organisations that provide services for children to help protect children from all forms of abuse. For sporting organisations that operate and provide sporting services for children, these standards came into place on 1 January 2017. Sport North East in conjunction with Indigo Shire […]Read more.
VicHealth Active Club grants
The latest round of VicHealth’s Active Club Grants are now open! The grants focus on women’s sport and make 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 and get more […]Read more.
Webinars: AGMs, Committee Meetings & Gaining Long Term Sponsors
On September 13 Sports Community are starting two webinar series for volunteers. If you need long term sponsors at your club or want to know how to effectively run a committee meeting then jump on board a series! Series 1: Sponsorship This series is designed for club administrators, committee members or club members who wish […]Read more.
Holden Home Ground Advantage
Holden’s Home Ground Advantage grant is open to any sporting club or community organisation which runs and supports sporting activities within Australia. The next round of Holden’s Home Ground Advantage Grants are now open. Grants of up to $250,000 can be applied for, but the average amount that has been awarded so far is $12,500. Money […]Read more.
Cancer Awareness Game
The Rutherglen Cats Football and Netball Club will host a cancer awareness day this Saturday, May 20th, when they play Wahgunyah, in memory of former coach Karl Jacka. Karl, who coached the Cats and was a passionate supporter of young talent within the club, lost his battle with cancer in February earlier this year. His story […]Read more.