ClubGRANTS is a state-wide initiative that recognises the significant financial support for projects and services local Clubs make by contributing to the wellbeing of their communities.
The ClubGRANTS round provides the opportunity for local projects to apply for funding from the Campbelltown Clubs under the scheme. Camden projects are also considered. Campbelltown City Council and Sector Connect are responsible for overseeing the administration of ClubGRANTS in Campbelltown and the Dept. of Communities and Justice consult.
An information session is held each year prior to the funding round opening to explain the funding process, the priorities and to go through the online application process.
It is strongly suggested that all potential applicants attend the information session
The funding round will be open from the 13th of February to the 31st of March. Successful applicants were notified late May and the presentation held on the 8th of June at the Campbelltown Catholic Club. Representatives of the successful projects are expected to attend the ClubGRANTS presentation and give a short verbal presentation on their project.
Further information is available at www.clubsnsw.com.au and www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
or from the following Club websites:
Campbelltown Catholic Club: www.cathclub.com.au
Wests League Club: www.westslc.com.au
Campbelltown RSL: www.campbelltownrsl.com.au
Ingleburn RSL: www.ingleburnrsl.com.au
Enquiries can be directed to Jeanne Duffy mobile 0409071633 or email email@example.com
Click here to access the online funding application – available from the 13th of February
ClubGRANTS (formally CDSE) was introduced in 1998 by the NSW Government. It is designed to ensure that larger registered clubs contribute to the provision of front-line services to their local communities, and that the disadvantaged are better positioned to benefit from the substantial contributions made by those clubs.
The ClubGRANTS scheme allows clubs to claim a tax deduction of up to 1.5% on gaming machine revenue over $1 million for monies spent on community support. Clubs that earn over $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue provide funding for community projects and services, and in turn receive dollar-for-dollar gaming tax deductions.
Local projects have the opportunity to apply for funding from clubs in our region under this scheme. Sector Connect facilitates the ClubGRANTS funding round for Campbelltown registered clubs. We are also involved on the Wingecarribee ClubGRANTS committee as the NCOSS representative for this region.
Our primary role is to advise the clubs on local issues and needs based on local priorities set each year. We have developed strong working relationships with all the clubs and this significantly impacts on how the funding is distributed and the local priorities that are set. Your organisation may be eligible for Clubgrants funding.
The financial year for registered clubs is September – August. The funding round opens February / March each year with a presentation to successful projects in mid August.
Members of the Campbelltown Local Committee:
Campbelltown Catholic Club (includes Campbelltown Golf Club)
Wests League Club (includes Wests Tennis Club, Wests Country Club & Lakeside Golf Club)
Sector Connect Inc.
Campbelltown City Council
Dept. of Community & Justice
For more information on ClubGrants go to http://www.clubsnsw.com.au
The admin contact Campbelltown ClubGRANTS is Jeanne Duffy at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 46485933/0409071633
click here to see a complete list of funding recipients for 2021