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GippSport is always out and about supporting clubs in their daily operation. Whether its working in partnership with State Sporting Associations, Local Government or your local walking group you’ll find out about it here.
GippSport’s Access for All Abilities program and the Inverloch Tennis Club have recently teamed up and during Term 2 have successfully delivered a new pilot tennis program to students from Bass Coast Specialist School. The weekly program has provided 12 students the opportunity to try tennis. Paul, Inverloch Tennis Club’s head coach, has been full […]Read more.
The VicHealth Active Club Grants recognise the important role local clubs/organisations play in increasing physical activity and helping communities stay connected. The Grants provide funding of up to $3000 (excl. GST) to purchase sports injury prevention equipment and essential sporting equipment/items. VicHealth CEO Jerril Rechter said that second round of the grants would award more […]Read more.
Is your club wanting to provide more to your members? Are you part of a club that believes sporting clubs are a perfect setting to influence change? GippSport in partnership with Gippsland Women’s Health is able to organise and pay for a ‘You the Man’ performance at your club. This is a great opportunity for […]Read more.
State Government recently announced recipients for the Sporting Uniforms, Country Action Grant Scheme and Victalent grant programs. Over sixty clubs across Gippsland were successful within these categories sharing in over $75,000. Find out if your club was one of them. Sporting Uniform Grant Recipients Round 2 2015 (CAGS) & VicTalent Recipients Phase 2 2015Read more.
The Glengarry Cricket Club has been proud to be associated with the VicHealth – Healthy Sporting Environments (HSE) program over the past three years. Glengarry Cricket Club President Barry Little believes the HSE program guided the club. “The program has provided direction and support on a number of key areas – these include promotion and […]Read more.
The VicHealth Healthy Sporting Environments (HSE) Program has come to an end. Over the last three years 51 sporting clubs in the Gippsland Region have participated in the VicHealth Healthy Sporting Environments (HSE) Program. Approximately 250 clubs were involved in the program across rural and regional Victoria. All of the Gippsland clubs have worked […]Read more.