The cut-off for applications for $1,000 grants for clubs and up to $15,000 for associations and leagues had been extended for 12 days, to 11.59pm on 30 June 2020.
The grants are helping clubs to meet costs to ensure they can remain operational and ready to return to play as coronavirus restrictions are gradually eased based on the directions of the Chief Health Officer.
Since the start of the coronavirus shutdown, the community sport and active recreation sector has suffered significant revenue losses. With training and competition returning, it has never been more important for players, officials and volunteers to be supported.
This initiative is part of the Victorian Government’s new Experience Economy Survival Package providing urgent support to help a range of key attractions, organisations and associations ride out the economic impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and help them reboot, rebound and recover.
What grants are available?
The Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package includes $40 million for community sport organisations in four categories:
- grants of up to $350,000 available for large state sporting associations;
- grants of up to $200,000 available to smaller state sporting associations; regional sports assemblies and academies and other state sport and recreational bodies;
- grants of up to $15,000 are available for associations and leagues; and
- grants of $1,000 are available for individual clubs.
For specific details on the program, including the objectives of the fund, the number of applications that can be submitted under each stream, the grant amounts available and eligibility of applications please refer to the guidelines.
We have created a ‘How to’ tutorial on applying for Sport and Recreation Victoria Community Sport Sector Short-term Survival Package.
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