List of Grants

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

  • AO Community Grants will have a strong emphasis on programs that reach underserved communities, including;
    • Indigenous Australians;
    • Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities;
    • LGBTIQA people and communities;
    • older adults 65+; and
    • Persons with disabilities.

    Applicants can apply for grants between $1000 - $5000.

    Applications Close: 5pm Sunday 15 April 2018.
  • Sport4Everyone provides grants of up to $10,000 for projects and activities that create diverse, welcoming and inclusive sporting environments. The grants are to help individuals and communities to connect through sport, regardless of background or ability.
    • Girls and women
    • Elderly people
    • Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) people
    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    • Economically disadvantaged people
    • People with disabilities
    • LGBTIQ+ community
    • People living remotely

    Grants of up to $10,000 are available.
    Applications open 28 March and close 26 April 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.
  • The Annual Grants Program aims to enhance the quality of life and diversity of experiences for all residents in the City of Kingston.
    These grants will:
    -Support initiatives that strengthen community participation, development and inclusion.
    -Foster support across a range of interest areas including sports and recreation,
    -Assist Council to deliver on identified priorities and strategies.

    Up to $10,000 is available, including up to $5000 for minor capital works (on a $1:$1 basis).
    Closes 2 April 2018.
  • The Loddon Shire Community Grants Scheme is a competitive funding program which provides 2:1 funding to eligible organisations based within the Loddon Shire.
    The scheme has an annual allocation of $200,000. Grants of up to $10,000 are available.

    Applications open on 1 March and close on 1 May each year.
  • 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 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.
    Your club can also apply for eBook vouchers, that you can then sell for $5 each with 100% of the proceeds going straight to your club.

    Closes 31 March 2018.
  • 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.
  • These grants provide assistance to grassroots sport and active recreation clubs and organisations to replace essential sporting or first aid equipment that has been lost or destroyed as a consequence of fire, flood, significant storm event, theft or criminal damage. Up to $2,000 available.

    Any club can apply for up to 3 months after the loss or damage.
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