Applications for the 2017 ClubGRANTS scheme now open!
Each year through ClubGRANTS, clubs across NSW provide support to tens of thousands of local community organisations, sporting groups, and charities that make a difference in their local area. With more than $1 billion in funding provided since the program’s inception, including a record $100 million in 2014, ClubGRANTS is without doubt one of the largest and most effective grants programs in Australia.
Applications for the 2017 ClubGRANTS scheme opened on 3rd of April, and Wenty Leagues welcomes proposals for funding from all local not-for-profit community groups, charities and organisations. Funded by local clubs and administered by Cumberland Council, the ClubGRANTS scheme is designed to assist and promote the local community priorities, namely community welfare and social services, community development, health services and employment assistance activities.
In 2016, Wenty Leagues was the largest contributor in Holroyd with well over $1 million donated to community projects – we’re excited to see what initiatives we can assist with in 2017.
Need help with your application? We’re holding a range of sessions, workshops and advisory desks to assist you!
ClubGRANTS Information Session
April 5, 12.00pm, Wenty Leagues Club, Magpie Meeting Room 1
Preparing a Successful ClubGRANTS Application Workshop
This workshop will assist applicants to write their grant applications for the 2017 round of the Cumberland ClubGRANTS scheme. It will be delivered in two parts, attendance at both sessions is required.
May 1 & May 8, 5:00pm, Wenty Leagues Club, Magpie Meeting Room 2
Book a session for tailored advice on your project and grant application. Bring your draft application and project ideas and receive feedback and tips on how to write your grant proposal.
May 12, 10:00am, Wenty Leagues Club, Magpie Meeting Room 2
Visit Cumberland Council’s ClubGRANTS information page here
WENTY LEAGUES GIVES OVER $1 MILLION TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
Wenty Leagues is proud to support local community groups, charities and schools who operate throughout Holroyd as a part of the ClubGRANTS scheme. Funding provided by Wenty Leagues supports local community service and development needs that are consistent with the social outcomes identified in Council’s Living Holroyd Community Strategic Plan, including cultural harmony, safety, health and fitness, community involvement and access and equity.
In 2016, Wenty Leagues was the biggest contributor in Holroyd with in excess of $420,000 in cash and in-kind to Category 1 projects and over $990,000 in cash and in-kind funding to Category 2.
The following organisations have received Category 1 funding from Wenty Leagues for 2016:
|Adam Gardiner Fund||$30,000.00|
|Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation||$3,326.22|
|Australian Red Cross||$10,000.00|
|Autism Spectrum Australia||$2,800.00|
|Baxter Fundraiser Donation||$2,850.47|
|Beresford Road Public School||$1,334.00|
|Black Dog Institute||$31,358.32|
|Boronia Multicultural Services||$9,250.00|
|Child Abuse Prevention Service||$10,000.00|
|Community Migrant Resource Centre||$3,333.00|
|Cumberland Women’s Health||$20,000.00|
|Foster Care Angels||$2,466.00|
|Girl Guide Association||$8,400.00|
|Girraween Public School||$9,999.00|
|Granville Multicultural Community Health Centre||$7,138.00|
|Greystanes High School||$7,780.00|
|Hilltop Road Public School||$5,000.00|
|KU Westmead Preschool||$1,000.00|
|Men of League Foundation||$20,000.00|
|Our Lady of Carmel||$5,000.00|
|Paint Holroyd Read||$5,000.00|
|Parramatta/Holroyd Family Support||$13,953.00|
|Road Safety Education Limited||$1,500.00|
|Ronald McDonald House||$12,330.00|
|Scout Association of Australia||$10,000.00|
|Shine for Kids||$2,273.00|
|St Vincent de Paul Society||$3,139.00|
|The Australian Genies||$5,000.00|
|The Leukaemia Foundation||$6,500.00|
|The Northcott Society||$1,125.00|
|The Royal Life Saving Society||$4,960.00|
|The Shepherd Center||$9,800.00|
|Wheelchair Sports NSW||$20,000.00|
|Youth off the Streets||$30,000.00|