Sutherland Shire Council Vision

A Community working together to attain safe, healthy and active lifestyles, through accountable decision making that achieves sustainable development and economic opportunities that respect people and nature

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Last year, registered clubs allocated more than $100 million to deserving causes through the ClubGRANTS program.

Since the scheme began, clubs have given more than $1 billion to recipients such as Surf Life Saving, the Ted Noffs Foundation, Vision Australia and Legacy. ClubGRANTS funding is available to community groups, charities and sporting teams across NSW. Approximately 500 clubs voluntarily allocate funds to the ClubGRANTS scheme. 

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.    

The program is made possible through the support of NSW clubs, local councils and the NSW Government. 

Click here to visit the Find Your Local Grant Round page.

Click here to visit the For Applicants page.

Click here for examples of projects successfully funded under ClubGRANTS.

Source: About ClubGRANTS

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Sutherland Shire Council  is considering urgent measures to reduce its gas bill, including lowering swimming pool temperatures, increasing entry fees and cutting subsidies to swimming programs.

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