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The Every Club Grant Scheme provides three-year funding to enable organisations to support sport and recreation clubs to build their organisational capacity and capability with a focus on governance, planning and management practices.
The grant scheme is part of the broader Every Club Program aimed at providing a holistic, accessible and sustainable model of club support to sport and recreation clubs across Western Australia.
The Every Club Program comprises of:
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) is seeking applications for projects that provide accessible and flexible learning and development opportunities to support clubs within a geographical location or a sport and recreation
Projects should be designed to address the governance, management and planning needs of the sport and recreation clubs; be informed by consultation, evidence and trends; and demonstrate partnerships with sport and recreation industry stakeholders to ensure
a club centred approach.
The outcome of the Every Club Grant Scheme is that:
The objectives of the Every Club Grant Scheme are to:
The following organisations are eligible to apply:
To be eligible for funding, organisations must:
In addition, the following will apply:
Applications will be assessed against the following five criteria:
The application demonstrates that delivery of sport and recreation club development outcomes and objectives are aligned to the organisation’s strategic plan and/or community plan.
The application demonstrates the needs of the sport and recreation clubs in its community (geographical or sport) and how this has been informed (for example, community consultation, research evidence and trends).
The application demonstrates the learning and development opportunities to be provided to support sport and recreation clubs to adopt governance, planning and management practices and the benefits the program will have on the capacity and capability
of the club workforce and volunteers.
The organisation demonstrates that the project will be delivered in partnership with the sport and recreation industry and with its community, identifies its key stakeholders and how a club centred approach will be achieved.
The project is supported by a detailed club development plan and demonstrates how the project will be promoted and evaluated. The project is based on a realistic budget and represents value for money.
Each assessment criteria are weighted equally.
James PervanProject Manager, Sport Business DevelopmentDepartment of Local Government, Sport and Cultural IndustriesTelephone 61 8 9492 9740Email email@example.comPO Box 8349, Perth Business Centre WA 6849246 Vincent Street, Leederville WA 6007
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