Community Sport Infrastructure Grants
CLUBS AROUND AUSTRALIA SHARE IN $4.22 MILLION FUNDING FROM COMMUNITY SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS
BY DOMENIC FAVATA
Bowls Australia (BA) has welcomed the result for those clubs around Australia who were successful in receiving funding via the three rounds of Sport Australia’s 2018-19 Community Sport Infrastructure Grants program.
With applications opening late last year and continuing over three rounds into 2019, 44 successful bowling club applicants around Australia shared in $4.22 million of funding, making up 6.4 per cent of total successful grant applications (across all sports, clubs, councils, etc) and that is largely thanks to the efforts of clubs, as well as BA’s team of Regional Bowls Managers (RBMs), who collaborated with clubs in submitting their applications.
Sport AUS Community Sport Infrastructure Grants – Supporting small to medium scale projects up to $500,000 to improve local community sport infrastructure which will support greater community participation in sport and physical activity and/or offer safer and more inclusive community sporting hubs.
Well done to the following Tasmania Bowls Club Grant Winners:
|Dover RSL Bowls Club Inc||TAS||$200,000|
|Glenorchy Rodman Bowls & Community Club Inc||TAS||$57,500|
|Westbury Bowling Club||TAS||$235,000|