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ClubGRANTS funding is made available by Local Clubs who earn over $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue. The aim of ClubGRANTS is to provide funding for a wide range of local social services and community projects.
The following clubs are members of the Cessnock Local Government Area ClubGRANTS Committee:
- Cessnock Ex-Services Club
- Cessnock Leagues Club
- East Cessnock Bowling Club
- Greta Workers Sports and Recreation Club
- Kurri Kurri Bowling Club
- Kurri Kurri Workers Club
- Weston Workers Club
The ClubGRANTS 2016 funding round has closed.
The ClubGRANTS 2017 will open in May/June 2107. Details will be available on the Council website.
Application Form and On-line Submission
ClubGRANTS applications will only be accepted using the online submission portal. The 2016 application form is available to view here.
All applications are to be received by 4pm, Friday 17 June 2016. After this time, the application portal will automatically shut down.
Late applications will not be accepted.
ClubGRANTS Application Guide
All applicants are encouraged to visit the Clubs NSW website for further information on ClubGRANTS.
It is also recommended that applicants consult the ClubGRANTS Application Guide for information on eligibility criteria.
Recipients of 2016 ClubGRANTS
The Committee received 69 applications and partially or fully funded 32 projects, with amounts between $1,000 and $16,000.
The total allocation of funding for 2016 was $138, 643
Organisations that were successful in receiving funds from the Committee in 2016 were:
|Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)|
|Black Creek Aboriginal Corporation
|Black Hill Uniting Church
|Branxton Greta Amateur Swimming Club Incorporated
|Bucketty and District Rural Fire Brigade
|Camp Quality Limited
|Central Rural Fire Brigade|
|Cessnock City Council – Library
|Cessnock City Council (Cessnock Youth Centre and Outreach Service)
Cessnock Community Transport Inc.
|Cessnock District Rescue Squad Inc.
|Cessnock Gem and Mineral Club Inc.
|Cessnock Learning and Employment Options
|Cessnock Public School Breakfast Club
Overall, applications were of high standard and there were many quality projects proposed. However, ultimately more applications were received then there were funds available.
For enquiries regarding ClubGRANTS please contact:
Jo Miller - Community and Cultural Engagement Officer on (02) 4993 4258 or email email@example.com