The Cessnock LGA ClubGRANTS (Category 1) provides funding for local social services and community projects, with the aim of addressing social need and disadvantage.
Types of eligible projects and services include community welfare and social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities.
ClubGRANTS funding is made available by local clubs who earn over $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue.
The current members of the Cessnock ClubGRANTS local committee are:
Apply for 2021 ClubGRANTS
Applications for ClubGRANTS are now closed.
Successful applicants are required to submit an acquittal report to the funding club by filling out a Standard Funding Report Form. This can be found on the ClubGRANTS FAQ page. The completed form must be sent to the club who funded the project.
Need more information?
If you require more information about ClubGRANTS, please visit their website or contact Council's Customer Relations Team on 02 4993 4100.
2021 ClubGRANTS recipients
The Cessnock LGA ClubGRANTS Committee received 41 applications requesting a total of $456,718.
24 projects have been funded, 21 fully funded.
The total amount allocated to the community through ClubGRANTS Category 1 funding was over $145,000.
2021 ClubGRANTS Recipients
|Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
||Reading Eggs and Mathseeds Learning Programs for Autistic Students at Aspect Hunter School
|Branxton Greta Swim Club
||Improved Sound System for Branxton Pool
||Child Life Therapy Sessions for Children Undergoing Cancer Treatment
||Essential Training for Local Community and Emergency Services
|Carries Place Domestic Violence and Homelessness Services Incorporated
||Assertive Outreach Project
|Central Hunter Community Broadcasters Incorporated
||Continue and Increase Community Media Access for Disadvantaged Community Members
|Cessnock City Library
||Cessnock Library Tech Skills Training
|Cessnock Community Leo Club
||Cessnock Community Leo Club
|Cessnock Family Support Service Inc.
||Cessnock Walks Kawuma 2021 Street Banner Project
|Cessnock Public School
|Cessnock RSL Sub-Branch
||RSL Sub-Branch Veteran Community Centre
|Greta Community Preschool
|Hunter Valley Animal Facility & Rehoming Centre
||Hunter Valley Animal Facility & Rehoming Centre
| Life Education NSW
||Building Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Children's Health and Mental Wellbeing Resilience in the Wake of the Covid19 Pandemic
|Lifeline Direct Hunter Central Coast
||In Conversation with Lifeline
||Cessnock Food Rescue
|Prostate Survival Alliance Inc
||Prostate Cancer Counselling and Promotion
|Road Safety Education Ltd
||RYDA Road Safety Education Program in Cessnock
|SHINE for Kids
||Cessnock - Connecting Kids
|St John Ambulance (NSW)
||Cessnock Combined Division Training Laptops - St John Ambulance NSW
||Learning the fun way
|We Help Ourselves
||WHOS Hunter Residential Rehabilitation Service - Bedding Upgrade
|Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
||Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service (WRHS) - Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Upgrades For Operations Teams
|Youth Off The Streets Limited
||Cessnock Outreach Intensive Case Management