The ClubGRANTS (formerly CDSE) Scheme.
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
The scheme was introduced in 1998 by the NSW Government and allows clubs to claim a tax deduction of up to 2.25% on gaming machine revenue over $1 million for monies spent on community support. Introducing the legislation to establish the scheme, the then Minister for Gaming and Racing, the Hon Richard Face MP, stated: “This specifically recognises the valuable role played by registered clubs in their local communities and provides the Government with a more effective method of rewarding clubs for the support they provide to these communities.”
From 1 September 2011, CDSE will be referred to as Club GRANTS and the claimable rate increased from 1.5% to 2.25% of taxable gaming machine revenue.
The new ClubGRANTS Guidelines are now available.
Applicants should read the new Guidelines to determine whether they are eligible for Club GRANTS funding. There are three funding categories under the ClubGRANTS Scheme:
Applicants should also read the “How To Apply” page and consult the Local Committee Index before submitting an application form to the relevant club or local committee.
Deadline Dates and Application Forms
Deadline dates for each Local Committee (based on Local Government Area) are available through the Local Committee Index.
Applicants should note that the local committees now require application forms to be submitted online, through the ClubGRANTS – SmartyGrants website.
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