Hospitality and errands minister Kevin Anderson said the NSW government’s $12.5 million annual investment is designed to help local communities build
or modernize facilities.
“These grants provide much-needed funds to communities to support their local economies and grassroots community organizations,” Mr. Anderson said.
“There’s not a lot of money a raffle or membership drive can raise, but with these grants, local groups can accelerate the development of vital community facilities.”
Infrastructure grants are made possible through the Category 3 Clubgrants program, which reinvests profits from registered club gaming machines into community projects.
ClubsNSW CEO Josh Landis said giving back to the local community is a key priority for registered clubs.
“There is no better example of Clubs giving back to their communities than through the ClubGRANTS scheme. Whether you are a sports group, charity or community not-for-profit, Clubs in NSW provide million dollars each year to these worthy causes,” said Landis.
Since 2015, the New South Wales government has funded over 520 community projects worth over $81 million under the scheme.
The latest round awarded more than $4.2 million to 43 projects in the areas of sport and recreation, arts and culture, disaster preparedness and critical community infrastructure.
To find out more and apply until July 18, go to this page.