expenditure on specific community welfare and social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities.
expenditure on other community development and support services (eg traditional areas of club expenditure, such as support for sport and recreation groups).
expenditure represents 0.4% of a club’s gaming machine profits over $1 million which is placed in a state wide pool to support large scale sport, health and community infrastructure.
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.
CLUB GRANTS 2019 funding commitment – Category 1
|Warrawong Residents Forum Inc||Warrawong Community Lunch||$5,000.00|
|The Smith Family||Dapto Learning Clubs||$9,400.00|
|Youth Off the Streets Limited||Alternative Education Options||$2,000.00|
|Careways Community Inc||Community Breakfast Program||$7,000.00|
|Careways||Rock and Water Program||$10,656.00|
|Horsley Playgroup||Horsley Playgroup||$1,000.00|
|St. Vincent de Paul Society||The Illawarra High Schools Support Program||$5,000.00|
|St. Vincent de Paul, Dapto||St. Vincent de Paul Conference Dapto||$7,500.00|
|Healthy People Illawarra Inc||Horsley Outdoor Krew||$18,816.00|
|SAHSSI||Road to Home||$3,000.00|
|Careways Community Inc||Koonawarra Supported Playgroup||$4,500.00|
|Riding for the Disabled Assoc||Property Maintenance||$5,000.00|
|Learning Links||Reading for Life in Dapto||$8,150.00|
|Careways Community Inc||Dapto Youth Connect||$15,000.00|
|The Trustee for Creating Chances Trust||Creating Chances for Wollongong Public Schools||$5,000.00|
|Mt. Brown Public School P&C Assoc||Keep our Children Safe Against Cyberbullying||$5,590.00|
|Wollongong Emergency Housing||Crisis Rooms Fit Out||$9,799.00|
Dapto Leagues Club runs a large Community Partnership Program each year. This program takes applications for Category 2
funding on a quarterly basis:- from July through to June of each year. Category 1 funding is as per the Wollongong Council Local
Committee Grant Round funding calender.
The club encourages all community organisations to take part in this application process as it is where the majority of the clubs
community partnership budget is allocated.
The following steps are a guide:-
- Read the ClubGRANT guidelines
- Login in and register: To make an online submission, you’ll need to register first. Registering gives you secure access to your forms so that you can work on it over time – rather than completing it all at once. It also helps us contact you if there is a problem. It only takes a moment to register, and you can get started on your submission straight after registering.
- Please take the time to ‘View the Application Form’ through the link on the ClubGRANTS main page to ensure that you have all the materials ready.
A legislative requirement to be fulfilled by all organisations receiving ClubGRANTS assistance from registered clubs is that a club
must request funding recipients to provide a report on how the funds were applied and whether the use of funds has varied from
the purpose stated in the original application. If a report is not received from a funding recipient, the ClubGRANTS Guidelines
require that the club should not consider any additional funding for that organisation, except in exceptional circumstances.
Funding Agreement Template
Funding Report Form
Category 1 – Wollongong Local Committee
- Programs for young people 8-18 years – especially for those that assist unemployed or marginalized young people and those that live in areas with higher levels of disadvantage
- Education programs – including prevention projects that have a positive impact on crime reduction strategies especially those linked to alcohol, gambling and related crime
- Support groups in the local community and
- Projects that have a wider community benefit/building capacity.
Submissions for the Category 1 ARE NOW CLOSED!
- Community Welfare