GRANTS & FUNDING
Wheatbelt Athlete Support Program (WASP)
Round 3 of Sports Support Funding open now!!!
An opportunity has arisen for sporting associations in the Wheatbelt region to access up to $2,000 to enhance local talent development programs. Sports Support Funding assists regional sporting associations in accessing additional sport specialist services that support the development of high performance athletes in talent development squads. Examples of programs include:
- Access to sports specialist coaching and programs locally for high performance athletes.
Funding Applications close on 13 April 2017. Applications will be considered for programs completed between 1 May 2017 and the 30 June 2017.
Prior to completing this application please refer to the WASP Guidelines and Criteria to ensure your request is eligible. If you have any issues or wish to discuss your application, please do not hesitate to contact the WASP Coordinator, Alex Hodges, on 0439 908 667 or email@example.com
Check on the link below and choose which grant offer is right for your group or organisation:
AUSTRALIAN SPORTS FOUNDATION - $1 MILLION GIVEAWAY - BALLS4ALL
Million dollar equipment giveaway — a new initiative by the Australian Sports Foundation is giving sports clubs, schools and communities the chance to apply for a one million dollar sports equipment giveaway.
This Giving4GrassrootsTM grant round, Balls4All, is the biggest donation of free sporting goods to clubs, schools and organisations in Australian history, with almost 50,000 items available to clubs.
There is a simple application process on our website for Balls4All. You will be asked some questions to determine whether or not your club is eligible to apply, such as if you have previously received a G4G grant, if you are a non-profit club, do you have an ABN and how much revenue your club obtained in the last two financial years.
To make sure filling out your application process is as smooth as possible, you should have the following ready:
- Have an understanding of what equipment you will apply for by reviewing our available equipment list below
- Your organisation’s ABN and Incorporation Number
- The annual revenue for the last financial year
- Up to 300 words about your club
- Up to 300 words about what you will do with the equipment
If your club does not have an ABN because it is a school sports club, or another large organisation such as Special Olympics Australia, you can still apply. To apply you need to:
- Include the ABN for the organisation to which your club belong
- In the relevant questions, provide us with the details of the revenues for your club, not for the entire school, organisation or entity
- Include the contact details of a key contact at the school, organisation or entity in the Secondary Contact details fields
Applications close midnight AEDT 31 March 2017.
Active Regional Communities Grant (ARC)
Active Regional Communities (ARC) aims to increase the opportunities for country people to participate in sporting and active-recreational activities in regional Western Australia.
The ARC scheme has three (3) specific funding categories:
- Participation - initiatives that increase community and player participation with a focus on targeting new members. This category also includes initiatives that specifically target Aboriginal people, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) populations, and low participation groups including people with a disability
- Capacity Building - initiatives that improve the knowledge, skills and capabilities of people involved in a sport or active-recreation organisation.
- Event Hosting - hosting of a significant inter-regional or higher level competition as recognised by the State Sporting Association in regional Western Australia.
ARC caters for both sporting and active-recreational groups and is aimed at the club level or to those groups who are not participating in the department’s Organisational Sustainability Program (OSP).
Grants from $1,000 to $5,000 are available with organisations needing to demonstrate a significant contribution (up to 25%) towards the cost of the project/event and/or in-kind contribution.
What funding can be used for?
- Running of programs - (payment of staff/coaches will not be considered when program activities fall within their normal duties)
- Coaching clinics
- Volunteer training
- Coaching accreditation courses
- Referee/Umpire accreditation courses
Contact person to discuss potential initiatives and future applications:
Department of Sport and Recreation
Office address: 11-13 Park St Narrogin 6312
Postal address: PO Box 55 Northam 6401 WA
Tel: (08)9690 2400
Mob: 0429 881 369
Please note, funding available is limited.
For further details click this link: www.dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/regional/active-regional-communities-guidelines
NZ Netball Grants
Is there something you, your team or club needs? ANZ is here to help!
We support all Australians who live and breathe netball! Which is why, throughout the 2017 ANZ Championship Season, ANZ will be offering their Netball Nation Grants Program. The grants include equipment, uniforms, tickets and custom grants to Aussie netballers. Entries are now open.
What grants are available?
For further details, click this link:
RAC Grass Roots Grants
To support a diverse range of small-scale initiatives that will empower and strengthen local communities
Support will be provided to those initiatives which can meet the following criteria to a high degree
Demonstrates how the initiative addresses at least one of our sponsorship focus areas.
Provides a clear benefit to the community.
Demonstrates community need for the initiative.
Grass Roots that align to our sponsorship priorities will be looked upon more favourably.
Applicants can apply for up to $5,000 in sponsorship support.
Grass Roots sponsorship is open all year round with final applications to be submitted at least six weeks prior to the project start date.
Lotterywest's grants can help you to operate more effectively, help you create better facilities and opportunities for the community. They can provide grants for a very wide range of purposes including recreation initiatives such as trails.
In particular they support projects that help break down the barriers to community involvement.
Lotterywest cannot support projects for the development of a competitive sporting or recreational activity.
Typically a Lotterywest grant can contribute towards the cost of items or activities such as: Equipment, Information technology, Vehicles, Community facilities, Buildings for organisations, Events, Projects, Research, Organisational development, Conserving and sharing heritage
Who Can Apply:
Not-For-Profit Organisations; and Local Governments Authorities
Lotterywest accepts requests from $1,000 up to $15,000
Lotterywest accepts most grant applications at any time of the year
For more information on how to apply visit