ClubGRANTS 2017


ClubGRANTS is a NSW Government initiative that requires registered local clubs earning in excess of $1 million annually to contribute a percentage of their profits back to the community.

Each year through ClubGRANTS, clubs across NSW provide support to tens of thousands of local community organisations, sporting groups, and charities that make a difference in their local area.

To be eligible to apply, you must be a not-for-profit organisation and provide the following project and/or services: community welfare or social services, community development, community health services or employment assistance activities. You are also eligible if you or your organisation is involved in community or professional sport.

ClubGRANTS are administered by a Local Committee in each area. Find your local grant round for 2017.

More Information

For more information about ClubGRANTS, including the latest application guidelines:

  • Visit the¬†ClubsNSW¬†website
  • Call ClubsNSW on 1300 730 001
  • Email

Listed below are details for ClubGRANTS in some local government areas in Western Sydney.


Grants Open: 3rd April 2017
Grants Close: 30 April 2017
Enquiries: Tito Scohel – or 9839 6082
More Information: Blacktown ClubGRANTS


Grants Open: 3rd April 2017
Grants Close: 22nd May 2017
Enquiries: Marie Sesay – or 9840 9910
More information: Cumberland ClubGRANTS


Grants Open: 1st February 2017
Grants Close: 3rd April 2017
Enquiries: or 9725 0741
More Information: Fairfield ClubGRANTS


Grants Open: 3 April 2017
Grants Close: 8th May 2017
Enquiries: or 9806 5277
More Information: Parramatta ClubGRANTS


Grants Open: 20th March 2017
Grants Close: 5th May 2017
Enquiries: Vesna Kapetanovic – or 4732 7771
More Information: Penrith ClubGRANTS

The Hills

Grants Open: 1st April 2017
Grants Close: 19th May 2017
Enquiries: The Hills Shire Community Development Officer-Volunteers – 9743 0516
More Information: The Hills Shire ClubGRANTS

NOTE: ClubGRANTS Funding is available under three separate categories:

  • Category 1: Supports community welfare and social services; community development; employment assistance activities; community health services; and projects aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.
  • Category 2: Provides funding for general community development and support activities, such as junior sport.
  • Category 3: Is a state-wide fund that supports large-scale community infrastructure projects. Grants are available for sport, emergency and disaster relief, and arts and culture infrastructure.

Visit the ClubsNSW website for full details.