Sport and Recreation Victoria Grants:
For all Sport and Recreation Victoria Grants, please visit: http://www.sport.vic.gov.au/grants-and-funding
|Active Sport and Recreation Victoria Grants:||Funding:||Closing Date:|
|Access for All Abilities (AAA) is a Victorian Government initiative coordinated by Sport and Recreation Victoria to support and develop inclusive sport and recreation opportunities for people with a disability throughout Victoria.||N / A||30/06/2020|
The Significant Sporting Events Program helps sporting, community and event organisations to deliver significant sporting events in Victoria.
|Up to $20,000 & $150,000||30/06/2022|
The Athlete Pathway Travel Grants Program provides grants to improve Victorian athlete development pathways from community to national representation level.
|Up to $1000 & $6000||Closed. New round opening soon|
The Emergency: Sporting Recreational Equipment grant provides 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.
|Up to $2000||Ongoing|
For all VicHealth Grants, please visit: https://www.vichealth.vic.gov.au/funding
|Active VicHealth Grants:||Funding:||Closing Date:|
|There are currently no VicHealth grants open. Check back soon.|
Other Relevant Active Grants:
|In its seventh year, AMP’s Tomorrow Fund is offering $1 million in grants to amazing Australians doing great things. Individuals of all ages, walks of life and interests – including scientists, social entrepreneurs, educators, artists, athletes, musicians and more – are invited to apply.||Up to $100,000||15/04/2020|
|In response to the Bushfire Crisis to restore grassroots sport to communities affected by the bushfires or other natural disasters, the Sports Recovery Grants will be focusing on the organisations and community members who have been affected by the recent bushfires – or in different parts of the country, floods or other disasters – and require assistance to resume playing sport in their community.||Up to $20,000||8/05/2020|
|The extension of the Drought Communities Programme provides funding of $250 million over three years from 2018-19 to eligible councils to deliver immediate economic stimulus and other benefits to targeted drought-affected regions of Australia. The program will support local community infrastructure and other drought relief projects for communities who have been impacted by drought.||From $25,000||31/12/2020|
|The Australian Government established the CDG Programme in 2013. The program will be delivered under Outcome 3: Strengthening the sustainability, capacity and diversity of our cities and regional economies including through facilitating local partnerships between all levels of government and local communities; through reforms that stimulate economic growth; and providing grants and financial assistance.||Various||30/06/2026|
|Sporting Schools provides a program for all primary schools and a targeted program for Year 7 and 8 students in secondary schools which helps schools increase children's participation and opportunities in sport.||Various||Ongoing|
|TITAN Website Grants helps charities and organisations establish or redevelop their websites. With the aim of boosting digital presence and maximising fundraising efforts, funding is available for 100 charities for a new feature-rich website, delivered by Joyful.org – and first $1,000 raised through new website will be matched. ||Various||Ongoing|
The ASF operates the Fundraising4Sport program which assists the development of sport in Australia. Specifically, the program aims to increase opportunities for Australians to: participate in sport and/or excel in sports performance.
|N / A||Ongoing|
To be considered for a Boots For All Community Partner Sports Equipment Request, please complete the application listed below. All approved organisations/community programs will then be eligible to access the broad range of available inventory which includes sports equipment, footwear and apparel.
As the SRV Defibrillators for Sporting Clubs and Facilities Program has now closed, Red Cross is providing every sporting club, school and not for profit in Australia with an opportunity to access a $1600.00 subsidy to put towards the latest Lifeline VIEW Defibrillator package.
|If you are an Indigenous Australian and require advice and / or assistance for getting your children into sport, please contact your Local Sporting Club or your Local Government Authority. For more information, you can contact Luke Isaacs, Manager | Aboriginal Programs | Sport, Recreation and Racing at the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.
||N / A||Ongoing|
Sport Australia Resources:
Further Resources and Victorian Funding Opportunities:
You can also try contacting your NSO, SSA and/or RSA as they might have specific grants available or be able to assist with your funding.