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.
The Rural City of Wangaratta 2018/2019 Community Grants Program – Major Category – is now open.
The Rural City of Wangaratta Community Grants Program supports community groups and organisations to carry out programs and projects that will develop and enhance the social, cultural and environmental experience of local residents.
The Community Grants Program – Major Category provides grants up to $15,000.
Applications Open: Monday 2nd July 2018
Applications Close: Friday 17th August 2018
The Rural City of Wangaratta Council are hosting several Roadshows and invite all prospective applicants to join them to discuss project ideas and applications.
Sport North East can support sporting club grant applications by providing a letter of support for your project. Contact us today to find out how we can assist your application.
Three North East sporting clubs have been successful in receiving an Active Club Grant as part of VicHealths funding for community sporting clubs.
Wodonga Water Polo Club, Wodonga Bowling Club and Wangaratta Pony Club all received funding to provide more social, flexible and accessible sport programs as well as more opportunities for people from disadvantaged communities to take part in sport.
Minister for Health Jill Hennessy said the Active Club Grants program would help more Victorians become healthier and more physically active.
“We want to make sure that all Victorians – no matter your age, gender or ability have a chance to get active and enjoy a healthy lifestyle,” Minister Hennessy said.
“This funding will support our hardworking grassroots clubs get more people moving and involved in new, fun and social ways of playing sport.”
VicHealth CEO Jerril Rechter said the grants were about making sport more accessible to everyone.
“We want to support Victoria’s grassroots sport clubs to provide a wider range of opportunities for everyone to get involved in, including people who wouldn’t normally have the chance to play sport,” Ms Rechter said.
“We want to give more people an opportunity to get moving in a fun and social environment which is why we’re funding more clubs to deliver social sport alongside their competitive teams.”