Grant Opportunities

Sporting Club Grants Program (Australia)

Sporting Club Grants Program (Australia)


Deadline: 13-Aug-21

Applications are now open for Sporting Club Grants Program that aims to provide grants to assist active recreation and sporting clubs that incurred financial loss during the recent lockdown in Victoria.

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The loss of perishable goods that were not used in other ways.
Cancellation fees and charges that were not refunded.
Booking cancellations that were not refunded.
Other costs and losses incurred that could not be reasonably avoided and were not recovered.
Eligibility Criteria

Sport disciplines delivered by applicants must be a person-centric physical activity. This includes modified sports and does not include animal obedience or showing. A discipline supported by another government portfolio will also not be supported.
Organisations residing close to state borders should contact Sport and Recreation Victoria for guidance with applications.
Applicants must:

Be ineligible for the Business Costs Assistance Program.
Be non-government, not-for-profit and registered as an incorporated body at the time of application and for the project duration. If an applicant organisation is not registered as an incorporated body, it must arrange for a legally constituted organisation to manage the grant funds.
Possess an Australian Business Number (ABN) or provide a completed Australian Tax Office form (statement by a supplier) so that no withholding tax is required from the grant payment
Be an incorporated separate legal entity that can be sued in child abuse proceedings and be appropriately insured against child abuse if the funding is for the delivery of services to children.
Adhere to and enforce the Fair Play Code or their relevant state sporting association code of conduct/member protection policy, which incorporates the Fair Play Code.
Be aware that it is a requirement of this grant that if an institution has been named in an application or receives a Notice of Redress Liability, they must join or intend to join the National Redress Scheme (the Scheme).
Comply with the expectations of the Victorian Anti-doping Policy 2012.
Have satisfactorily met reporting requirements on any grants previously received from Sport and Recreation Victoria.
Have a payroll of up to $3 million.
Provide evidence of loss of expenditure that totals $2,000 or more.
For more information, visit https://sport.vic.gov.au/grants-and-funding/our-grants/sporting-club-grants-program

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