List of Grants

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

  • The Stronger Communities Programme (SCP) provides grants of between $2,500 and $20,000 to community organisations and local governments for small capital projects.

    Projects are selected by Members of Parliament (MPs) and their community consultation committees, and are then submitted to the Government for assessment.

    Funding of $150,000 in each Federal Electorate will be available in 2017-18. For each project, the grant amount will be up to 50% of the total project cost.

    Applications for round three are open from 7 August to 28 September 2017. To find out what is happening in your electorate, talk to your local MPs. Several electorates have an EOI closing date of 28 July.

    Click on your electorate below for more information:
    Federal seat of Gellibrand
    Federal seat of Melbourne
    Federal seat of Flinders
    Federal seat of Murray
    Federal seat of Murray
    Federal seat of Wannon
    Federal seat of Gippsland
  • AO Community Grants will have a strong emphasis on programs that reach underserved communities, including;
    • Socioeconomic disadvantaged communities;
    • Indigenous Australians;
    • Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities;
    • LGBTIQA people and communities;
    • Geographically isolated communities; and
    • Persons with disabilities.

    There are two categories which applicants can apply for:
    Small Grants ($500-$5,000)
    Expansion Grants ($5,001-$10,000)

    Applications Close: 31 August 2017.
  • Latrobe City Council has the following grant programs available to not-for-profit community groups and individuals operating or residing in Latrobe City.
    Community Minor Capital Works - Up to $5000
    Community Development - Up to $2000
    Community Events - Up to $2000

    Open 7 July and closing 25 August 2017
  • Community Development Grants are offered to non-profit organisations, groups and associations to assist with projects, programs, equipment or events that contribute to the community.
    Application can be made across four categories:
    Environment - up to $2000
    Youth, Community Events and Programs - up to $3,000
    Minor Capital Works - up to $10,000
    Minor Equipment Purchases - up to $5,000

    Applications close at 3.00pm on Friday 18 August.
  • 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.
    • Other disadvantaged groups facing significant barriers to participation in tennis.


    Applications open 18 September 2017.
    Applications close 16 October 2017.
  • 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.
  • Support is available to assist community sport and recreation athletes, coaches, officials and teams with the travel costs of participating in training and competition, and for high performance Victorian athletes and teams to compete at national championships or selection events.
    Category 1: State Sporting Associations Grants of up to $6000 for teams, and up to $2000 available for individuals.
    Category 2: Community Organisations can apply for up to two grants per funding round of $750 each.

    2018 Round 1
    Applications Open: 24 July 2017
    Applications Close: 28 August 2017
    For travel from 1 January - 30 June 2018
    2018 Round 2
    Applications Open: 30 January 2018
    Applications Close: 6 March 2018
    For travel from 1 July - 31 December 2018
  • The Holden Home Ground Advantage is supporting local sporting clubs for the next 10 years by committing $5 million to develop and improve their facilities.

    You can apply for a grant for a project up to $250,000 in value. The average amount awarded is $12,500.

    Closes 31 Aug 2017.
  • The Sporting Club Grants Program provides grants in the following four categories:
    Category 1: Uniforms or Equipment Grants up to $1000
    Category 2: Skill Development Grants up to $2000
    Category 3: Club Operational Capacity Grants up to $5000
    Category 4: Aboriginal Participation up to $2000

    Round Two 2017/18
    Applications Open: 27 November 2017
    Applications Close: 24 January 2018
  • The Significant Sporting Events Program helps sporting, community and event organisations to deliver significant sporting events in Victoria.

    Event Assistance Grants: Up to $20,000
    Event Development Grants: Up to $300,000

    This program is currently open and will close on 28 February 2018.
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