ClubGRANTS

What is ClubGRANTS?

This is a state wide community grants program funded by local clubs and administered by us.  It provides an opportunity for local projects and services to apply for funding under the scheme.

Participating clubs in Blacktown City include:

  • Blacktown Workers Club       

  • City of Blacktown RSL Club

  • Riverstone Schofields Memorial Club

  • Rooty Hill RSL Club

  • Seven Hills Toongabbie RSL Club

  • St Marys Rugby League Club           

  • West Tradies

Who can apply?

The program is for local projects and services that assist people within our city. Funded projects must be in the areas of:

  • community welfare and social services

  • community development/engagement

  • community health services

  • employment assistance activities (including social enterprises)

How to apply?

Online Applications for the 2018 round will open on Monday 2 April 2018 and close on Wednesday 4 May 2018.

The online application form can be accessed via: https://clubgrants.com.au/

How are ClubGRANTS applications assessed?

All applications are assessed and funded on the recommendations made by the Blacktown City ClubGRANTS Local Committee. The committee comprises representatives from local Aboriginal communities, Department of Family and Community Services, Western Sydney Area Health Services and Community Resource Network.

*The ClubGRANTS scheme enables registered clubs with gaming machine profits over $1 million to apply for a tax rebate (of 2.25%). The rebate is used to provide grants to nonproft community organisations / services or community projects. The scheme is guided by the Gaming Machine Tax Act 2001.

Final acquittal and progress reports

Progress Reports for projects funded in 2017 round are due by 5pm, 31 March 2018.

Final project acquittal reports for projects funded in 2017 are due by 15 September 2018.

Organisations receiving funding must submit a report upon completion of their project. The Blacktown City ClubGRANTS Local Committee will not consider further applications until they have received a final project report or progress report on previously funded projects.

Project acquittal reports can be downloaded from this page or can be obtained by emailing the Local Committee Convenor on: tito.scohel@blacktown.nsw.gov.au 

Please Note:

  • Applications must be submitted by 5 pm on the closing date. All mandatory support material must be included. Applications submitted after this time and date will not be considered.

  • All supporting documents must be attached to the application.

  • If you have trouble attaching documents, please contact our ClubGRANTS Coordinator for assistance on 9839 6082 or by email: tito.scohel@blacktown.nsw.gov.au

  • All previous ClubGRANTS must have been adequately acquitted in order to be considered for the current funding round.

  • Once you have lodged your completed 2017 ClubGRANTS application online, you will be emailed a copy of your application. If you do not receive this email, please contact our ClubGRANTS Coordinator for advice. 

*The ClubGRANTS scheme enables registered clubs with gaming machine profits over $1 million to apply for a tax rebate (of 2.25%). The rebate is used to provide grants to nonproft community organisations / services or community projects. The scheme is guided by the Gaming Machine Tax Act 2001.