Grants for sport and recreation up for grabs

LOCAL organisations are being invited to apply for grants under the ClubGRANTS program to help build new community facilities and infrastructure.

The ClubGRANTS category three program will provide grants of between $500,000 and $2 million to community organisations for new and upgraded infrastructure, with $12 million to be allocated statewide in the 2013-14 financial year.

Expressions of interest for 2013-14 category three grants close on Thursday, April 10, with successful projects announced mid-year.

In this upcoming funding round, category three funds will be focused on providing grants to develop or enhance infrastructure facilities for sport and

recreation in local communities, while in following years, health and community-related projects will also be eligible for category three grants. 

Those eligible to apply for grants include local government, non-profit organisations, charities and non-trading co-operatives.

Further information, including application forms, is available

on the website at www. olgr.nsw.gov.au/ClubGRANTS-category3.

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