The Better Ageing Grant Program aims to increase levels of physical activity of Australians aged 65+, particularly those least active, to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
Grants ranging up to $2m are available (over a two year period) to implement new, local, community-based activities.
The program aims to prevent and reduce the impact of chronic disease and increase overall physical and mental health of older Australians.
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Closes 31 October 2018
The Latrobe Valley Sport and Active Recreation Participation Initiative provides seed grants of up to $75 000 with the key objective of increasing participation rates for targeted population groups that are currently under represented in sport and active recreation in the Latrobe Valley, which incorporates the Wellington Shire, Latrobe City and Baw Baw Shire.
This participation initiative encourages the development of strategic partnerships to co-design and deliver innovative community projects that increase and sustain inclusive participation in both organised and informal sport and active recreation in the Latrobe Valley.
Guidelines and more information is available online at https://lva.vic.gov.au/participation-initiative-grants/
Applications close on 27 July 2018
The Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Planning Grants Program aims to strengthen and build robust, resilient, sustainable and inclusive sport and recreation organisations in the Latrobe Valley region.
Latrobe Valley Authority (LVA) recognise the role sport and active recreation plays in contributing to an ‘Active & Healthy’ region and these grants aim to assist local clubs and organisations improve their effectiveness and efficiency, build capacity, and identifying opportunities for the future.
A key focus for these grants will be to encourage the sport and active recreation sector to increase the opportunities for diverse and inclusive participation in all aspects of their organisation, including players, coaches, administration and leadership.
Applications for Round 2 are now open. Applications Close – 19 October 2018
No late applications will be considered.
For more information about the Latrobe Valley Sport and Active Recreation Strategic Planning Grants and how to apply:
Visit – lva.vic.gov.au/sport-active-recreation-strategic-planning-grants/
Or contact David Roberts on 0468 431 731 or email email@example.com
The Victorian Government has established a Latrobe Valley Community Facility Fund to support projects that will improve the amenity and liveability of the Latrobe Valley. In particular, projects that will bring people and jobs and improve the life of community members will be well regarded.
The aim of the Fund is to facilitate civic renewal that will help to make the Latrobe Valley a great place to live and work and to improve the health and wellbeing of those who live here
One of the funding streams – Active Latrobe Valley (Stream 4) – is relevant to sports clubs. This program stream will support projects designed to make communities a healthier place to live, concentrating on sport and recreation, including open space improvements for families, residents and visitors to enjoy. Supported projects may include (but are not limited to):
- Parks, playgrounds and passive recreational area development;
- Recreational precinct upgrades;
- Sporting facilities and precincts;
- Rail trails and walking tracks; and
- Bicycle paths.
Active Latrobe Valley will provide up to $1 million for projects under this stream.
Please note that all projects will be required to be endorsed/supported by the relevant Local Government Authority.
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The Sporting Club Grants Program provides grants to assist in the purchase of sports uniforms and equipment and to improve the capacity and accessibility of Victorian clubs and other community sport and recreation organisations and increase the skills of their coaches, officials and managers.
The program has four funding categories:
Category 1: Uniforms or Equipment
Grants up to $1000 to purchase uniforms or other equipment essential for participation.
Category 2: Skill Development
Grants up to $2000 to improve the skills of club members by providing training for coaches, officials, administration staff and management committees.
Category 3: Club Operational Capacity
Grants up to $5000 to improve the operational effectiveness and efficiency of clubs through strategic planning or, to increase community participation through accessible sport and active recreation opportunities.
Category 4: Aboriginal Participation
Grants up to $1000 for uniforms, equipment, up to $2000 for skills development training and up to $750 for travel.
For further information on eligibility, what types of activities might be funded, application process and how to apply, please visit the Sporting Clubs Grant Program webpage.
These grants provide assistance to grassroots sport and active recreation clubs and organisations to replace essential sporting or first aid equipment that has been lost or destroyed as a consequence of fire, flood, significant storm event, theft or criminal damage.
Funding up to $2,000.
Applications are ongoing and accepted up to three months after the loss of damage.