As flood affected towns across Victoria begin relief and recovery efforts, the Victorian Government is working to minimise the risks floodwaters can cause to human health, and investing to support communities, including local sporting clubs, to rebuild and recover together.
Our thoughts go out to everyone across the Central Highlands region who has been impacted by flooding. The images we see both from individuals and sporting clubs are devastating, but seeing strangers come together to help their community is heartwarming.
Does your team need new uniforms or equipment to kick off the season? The 2022 Australian Sports Foundation Active Kids Grant program is now open for volunteer-run community clubs and organisations with members aged 20 or younger.
Responsible Service of Alcohol training provides participants with the awareness and knowledge to serve alcohol responsibly. Sports Central offer local sporting clubs the opportunity to host training for their members.
JumpStart! Round 2 is all about building healthier communities. Does your organisation have a community-led idea that will help young Victorians, but need some support to help get it off the ground? Then you’re just in time because JumpStart! grants are back with $2.8 million on offer!
The City of Ballarat’s Community Impact Grant Program is now open and the City of Ballarat and Ballarat Neighbourhood Houses are partnering to run workshops to support clubs and groups to write quality applications.
Sports Central is excited to announce that we have partnered with North Ballarat Football Netball Club, Melton South Football Netball Club, Ballarat Football Netball League and Tackle Your Feelings to conduct the 2022 Tackle Your Feelings Cup.
Tackle Your Feelings is a mental health training initiative designed for community football netball clubs. As we look ahead to the 2022 season, Sports Central will continue to deliver the program to clubs across the Central Highlands.