The Victorian Government’s Sporting Club Grants Program are now open, providing funding for community sport and active recreation organisations across Victoria. To support organisations with their applications, Sports Central are hosting a free online workshop.
Does your team need new uniforms or equipment to kick off the season? The 2023 Active Kids Grants program is now open. Active Kids Grants are available for volunteer-run community clubs and organisations with members aged 20 or younger.
Through the Women Leaders in Sport Grants Program, the Australian Sports Commission is supporting women who work across all roles in sport and those eager to develop their skills and knowledge, and organisations to undertake projects that address systemic and cultural barriers for women leaders in sport.
Sports Central is proud to be working alongside Regional Sport Victoria, Vicsport and Volunteering Victoria to deliver the Sport Volunteering Program which will build the capacity and confidence of sporting clubs through a series of four online workshops to deliver great volunteer programs.
Sports Central is excited to announce that we have partnered with Learmonth Football Netball Club, Waubra Football Netball Club, Central Highlands Football League and Tackle Your Feelings to conduct the 2023 Tackle Your Feelings Cup.
To assist community organisations including sporting clubs and associations, Ballarat East Neighbourhood House are offering two workshops to introduce the updated Victorian Child Safe Standards, including an overview of the standards and some practical steps that can be taken to implement them.
Do you want to learn more about your health, get active with exercise professionals, make new friends and connect with your community? Then Daughters of the West is for you! This FREE ten-week health program empowers women to make their health and wellbeing a priority by giving them the tools and knowledge.
Ballarat District Golf recently conducted the 2023 MyGolf Junior league competition. Held over a five-week period in conjunction with the local Junior Pennant season, the competition catered for a minimum of 60 boys and girls each week, with a total 79 players participating over the course of the season.