ClubGRANTS is one of Australia’s largest grant programs, providing more than $100 million each year to charities, sporting organisations and not-for-profit community groups.
Since 1998, clubs have contributed over $1 billion in cash and in-kind funding support across the state.
Many not-for-profit palliative care volunteer services would be eligible to apply for some funding if their project or event meets the criteria within the guidelines.
ClubGRANTS covers three funding categories:
- Category 1: Community welfare and social services, community development, employment assistance activities, community health services, and projects aimed at improving living standards.
- Category 2: General community development and support activities, including junior sport.
- Category 3: Large-scale community infrastructure projects such as hospitals and sporting facilities.
Read the ClubGRANTS Guidelines carefully to determine if you are eligible to apply for funding and which category you should apply for.
Visit clubgrants.com.au/find-your-local-grant-round to search for open Category 1, Category 2 and in-kind grant rounds in your local area.