Written on the 19 January 2016 by Kevin Conolly

Kevin Conolly MP, Member for Riverstone, today urged community organisations to take advantage of the latest round of the Local Sport Grant Program offered by the NSW Government.

Kevin Conolly said this grant program aims to increase regular and on-going participation in sport and active recreation.

"We all know that sport is incredibly important for health and wellbeing, as well as bringing people in the community together" said Kevin Conolly.

"Much of the work done in our community organisations is on a voluntary basis so every dollar counts. These grants provide some assistance to help organisations to continue this valuable work across our local communities," Kevin Conolly said.

"Whether it be funding towards training programs to secure more volunteer coaches or helping with that much-needed change room upgrade, these grants are designed to encourage more people to keep active."

There are four project types within the Program, these being:
Sport Club Development;
Community Sport Events;
Sport Access; and
Facility Development and Capital Equipment.

The latest round of grants are now open and community sports clubs are strongly encouraged to submit their applications before the closing date of 11 February 2016.

For more information and to apply, visit www.sportandrecreation.nsw.gov.au.

Author: Kevin Conolly


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