External Funding Opportunities

FACTSHEET FOR EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
The Club Development Officer for the City of Karratha has provided a brief snapshot of some grant
opportunities that your community sporting groups may be able to apply for.
Please visit the respective websites for more information on specific grant opportunities.
If your sporting group needs assistance with any application, would like to discuss their project or
initiative or explore additional opportunities please contact your Club Development Officer:
Sam King
Mobile: 0427 132 786
Email: [email protected]
Active Regional
Communities Grants
Department of Sport
and Recreation
Aims to increase the
opportunities for
country people to
participate in sporting
and active-recreational
activities in regional
Western Australia
The Athlete Travel
Subsidy Scheme (ATSS)
is an initiative
supporting athletes who
have progressed into the
high performance
pathway of their chosen
sport and are pursuing
regional, state and
national representation.
Upgrades to facilities.
i.e. synthetic playing
surfaces and clubrooms.
http://dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/region
al/active-regional-communitiesguidelines
Pilbara Office - 9182 2100
Grants are available of up to $5,000 for
projects that increase capacity and
participation of community sporting
groups or to host a significant interregion event
Open all
year.
http://dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/individ
uals/athlete-travel-subsidy-scheme
For more information and to apply
online
Eligible athletes, aged 13-21, can
receive funding for out-of-pocket
travel and accommodation expenses
directly related to competitions and
programs in accordance with the
performance level categories and
eligibility criteria outlined in the
application guidelines.
Opens 14
April –
Closes 15
May 2015
http://dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/facilitie
s-(csrff)
DSR Pilbara Office - 9182 2100
City of Karratha
[email protected]
Various.
Consult DSR
Pilbara
Office
Club Equipment
Subsidy
Department of Sport
and Recreation
Eligible sporting clubs
have the opportunity to
apply for a one-off $500
subsidy towards shared
sporting equipment
accessible to all
members.
http://dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/clubs/c
lub-equipment-subsidy
Pilbara Office - 9182 2100
Incorporated sport and recreation
clubs may seek sponsorship for basic
infrastructure upgrades to sport and
recreation facilities. There are three
types of grants – small, annual and
forward planning. Sponsorship is
available up to one third of the total
project cost.
One off grants of $500 are available to
eligible incorporated sporting groups.
Please visit the website to apply and
for more information
Community
Participation
Funding
Department of Sport
and Recreation
Programs that increase
physical activity among
low participation groups,
particularly indigenous
and CaLD.
http://dsr.wa.gov.au/funding/commu
nity-groups
9492 9700
Athlete Travel
Subsidy Scheme
Department of Sport
and Recreation
Community Sport
and Recreation
Facilities Fund
Department of Sport
and Recreation
Grants between $1000 and $5000 are
available to sport and recreation
community organisations/clubs.
Rounds
open
between
March-April
2015 and
SeptemberOctober
2015
Closes 15
May 2015
Elite Indigenous
Travel and
Accommodation
Assistance Program
Australian Sports
Commission
Local Sporting
Champions grants
program
Australian Sports
Commission
Women Leaders in
Sport Grant Program
Australian Sports
Commission
Sport Incentive
Program
Australian Sports
Foundation
Giving4Grassroots
Australian Sports
Foundation
Funding is available for
indigenous athletes,
coaches, managers or
officials to assist with
out-of-pocket travel and
accommodation
expenses when
attending eligible
national championships
or international
competitions
The Local Sporting
Champions program is
an Australian
Government initiative
designed to provide
financial assistance for
young people aged 1218 towards the cost of
travel, accommodation,
uniforms or equipment
when competing,
coaching or officiating at
an official national
sporting organisation
(NSO) endorsed state,
national or international
sporting championships
or a School Sport
Australia state or
national championships.
The WLIS grant program
provides female
administrators, coaches
and officials with
opportunities to
undertake intermediate
or advanced training
within an existing
pathway in the sport
industry to reach their
leadership potential.
Australian Sports
Foundation provides
eligible clubs with the
opportunity to raise
funds for capital works
projects.
fund is a national small
grants program that
funds initiatives and
programs aimed at
increasing participation
in grassroots and
community sport
throughout Australia
http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporti
ng/funding/grants_and_scholarships
Visit website for eligibility criteria
Open all
year
http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporti
ng/funding/grants_and_scholarships
Visit website for eligibility criteria
Rounds
Closing 28
Feb., 30 June
and 31 Oct
2015
http://www.ausport.gov.au/participat
ing/women/women_leaders_in_sport
(02) 6214 1111
Both female individuals and
incorporated sport and recreation
clubs may apply for a one off grant of
up to $5,000 and $10,000 respectively.
Australian citizens or permanent
residents aged 18 years or more can
apply.
Around
September
each year
www.asf.org.au
[email protected]
(02) 6214 7868
Financially viable incorporated sport
and recreation clubs can apply if
undertaking facility development,
facility feasibility study, equipment,
team travel, hosting a major sporting
event or for sport development.
Visit the website for eligibility criteria
Open all
year.
www.asf.org.au
[email protected]
(02) 6214 7868
Usually
around
April/May
each year.
Volunteer
Management
Department of Social
Services
Health Promotion
Sponsorship
Healthway
Community Events
Lotterywest
Organisational
Development Grant
Lotterywest
Furniture and
Equipment Grant
Lotterywest
These grants aim to
assist service providers
to deliver ongoing
services or one-off
projects and activities to
encourage, support and
increase participation in
volunteering.
Sponsorship support for
programs and events
within the sport, motor
racing and active
recreation areas, where
there is a significant
opportunity to change
behaviours and
environments to
improve health.
Various event costs.
i.e. publicity, advertising,
hire of
venues/equipment,
entertainment
https://www.dss.gov.au/grants/volun
teer-management
Under the Families and Communities
Programme
1800 625 136
All kinds of development
activities that benefit
your organisation
including: developing
strategic and fundraising
plans, training for
volunteers, etc.
Purchase of furniture
and equipment that
meet your organisation’s
needs.
http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/gr
ants/grant-types
9340 5270
End of July
each year
www.healthway.wa.gov.au
[email protected]
9476 7000
Grants are offered to incorporated
organisations and community groups.
Please visit the website for further
criteria
At least 3
calendar
months prior
to project
start.
http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/gr
ants/grant-types
9340 5270
Not-for-profit organisations may apply
for up to $20000 per financial year.
Some documents needed to apply
include: Constitution, Annual Report,
audited financial statements, Event
Management Plan.
Various items will be considered by
Lotterywest; please visit the website or
contact them for more information
At least four
calendar
months prior
to project
start.
Not-for-profit organisations may apply
for grants to purchase equipment that
meets your organisations needs. Some
documents needed to apply include:
Constitution, Annual Report and
audited financial statements.
Open all
year.
http://www.lotterywest.wa.gov.au/gr
ants/grant-types
9340 5270
Open all
year.
Sponsorship
Bakers Delight
Events that engage local
communities and
promote health and/or
fitness.
Bakers Delight – contact your local
store or
http://www.bakersdelight.com.au/Ou
rCommunity/SponsorshipApplication
.aspx
Incorporated sport and recreation
clubs can apply for local sponsorship
comprising of product, merchandise,
monetary, vouchers and promotional
material.
Open all
year.
Home Ground
Advantage
Holden
Local club facility
upgrades
http://www.holden.com.au/homegro
undadvantage
Any sporting group or community
organisation which runs and supports
sporting activities within Australia
Closes 28
Feb. 2015
Flying Start
Jetstar
Community groups who
are seeking funding to
help enhance the lives of
people in their local
community
RAC have Grass Roots
Grants for local
community initiatives
http://www.jetstar.com/au/en/flyings
tart
Apply for $30,000 made up of $15,000
cash and $15,000 worth of Jetstar
travel to fund a project
Open 1 Oct
- Close 31
Dec 2015
http://rac.com.au/newscommunity/sponsorship/community
-sponsorships
Not-for-profit organisations with an
ABN can apply for funding through
RAC in line with their safe, sustainable
and accessible mobility themes
Activities or
opportunities in the
areas of Community,
Education, Health &
Safety, Indigenous and
Youth
A grants program
supporting local
communities across
Australia. Bankwest
customers are invited to
apply for a grant up to
$1000 to support a
community group
they're involved with, for
example, a sporting club
or school
If your school or club is
in regional Western
Australia and require
equipment, uniforms or
something else that
encourages participation
in sport, we are happy to
help.
Funds local community
connections for kids in
Australia such as
activities in arts and
culture, education,
health, the environment,
sport and recreation
http://www.easternwell.com.au/abou
t-us/our-community/communitygrants.html
[email protected]
au
Community groups, clubs and
associations which provide lasting
benefits to the community.
Grass Roots
6 weeks
prior to
needing
money.
Closes 27
Mar. 2015
http://www.bankwest.com.au/aboutus/in-the-community/easy-grants
Must be a Bankwest customer involved
with the applying local community
sporting groups and/or school
Open all
year
http://www.mgjst.com.au/
Must be a not-for-profit community
sporting groups or school group.
Apply online for $500 (more on some
occasions)
Closes 31
March 2015
http://telstrakidsfund.com/
Must be a not for profit community
groups applying with a Telstra
employee
Opens in
March 2015.
First in best
dressed
Sponsorship
RAC
Community Grants
Easternwell
Happy Communities
Bankwest
McDonald’s Junior
Sports Trust
Telstra Kids Fund
Telstra