List of Grants

View the current list of grants applicable to Victorian tennis clubs.

  • Following the success of last year’s round of female participation grants, Tennis Victoria is pleased to announce a pool of $30,000 is now available for affiliates and Victorian Tennis Australia qualified Coach members at affiliated venues to apply for grants between $2,000 and $5,000 to address the issue of female participation in tennis.

    Note if you have previously received funding from this grant you are not eligible for this round.

    Closes 11pm 27 May 2018.
  • The Community Sports Infrastructure Fund provides grants for planning, building new, and improving existing facilities where communities conduct, organise and participate in sport and recreation.

    Major Facilities - up to $800,000
    Minor Facilities - up to $250,000
    Planning - up to $30,000
    Regional Planning - up to $50,000

    Applications must be submitted by your local council. To seek access to the Minor Facilities category you can submit an EOI directly to your council. Find the EOI here.

    Contact your council regarding deadlines as it will vary from council to council. Project proposals to SRV from council close on 25 June 2018.
  • The Female Friendly Facilities Fund is a Victorian Government funding program that assists local clubs and organisations to develop grounds, pavilions, courts and lighting to enable more women and girls to participate in sport and active recreation.
    Grants of up to $500,000 are available.

    Applications must be submitted by your local council. Contact your council regarding deadlines.
  • The Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program provides Victorian sporting clubs with the opportunity to acquire an automated external defibrillator for their club or sports facility.
    Successful applicants receive an ‘Automated External Defibrillator Package’. The package includes a high quality defibrillator, some basic training and a minimum of five years of essential maintenance.

    Applications for this round of the program must be submitted by 11:59pm on Wednesday 29 June 2018.
  • The Change Our Game Community Activation Grants will support community sport and active recreation organisations to deliver events and forums that celebrate the role of women and girls and further gender equality. Grants of up to $5000 are available.

    Closes 11.59pm 18 May 2018.
  • Grants are available for up to $10,000 per project or activity, with a maximum of $2,000 for equipment purchases.

    Applications open: 9am, Monday 23 April 2018
    Applications close: 12midnight, Monday 28 May 2018
  • Clubs and coaches are encouraged to apply for grants of up to $2,000 to encourage participation in tennis for disadvantaged groups.

    Grants awarded will have a strong emphasis on impacting underserved communities including;
    • Persons with a disability.
    • Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.
    • Indigenous Australians.
    • LGBTQIA community.
    • Other disadvantaged groups facing significant barriers to participation in tennis.

    Applications will be accepted until Friday 1 June 2018 or until funding is exhausted.
  • Small Project Grants are a quick response program for community groups running projects in Yarra.
    Applications are accepted for amounts between $100 and $1,000.

    Applications are now being accepted the for 2017/2018 round. This round will stay open until 30 May 2018 or until the funding is exhausted.
  • This program will provide financial assistance to sporting clubs based in the City of Whittlesea to create or enhance opportunities and projects aimed at increasing female participation in sport, as players, coaches, umpires and in leadership roles.
    Funding of up to $2,000 is available.

    Funding is open until 1 June 2018 or until or funding is expended.
  • The Fund will support the Latrobe Valley region to build strong and resilient communities by investing in community-led initiatives and partnerships under the following two streams:
    Liveable Latrobe Valley
    •Up to $5,000 for community events
    •Up to $50,000 for community space upgrades
    •Between $50,000 - $999,999 for town infrastructure developments and major upgrades

    Active Latrobe Valley
    Support for projects designed to make communities a healthier place to live, including sporting facilities and precincts. Up to $1 million is available for projects under this stream.

    This program is open on an ongoing basis.
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