Funder: Federal – Health
Grant Background: This grant opportunity will use sport and physical activity projects to address inclusion issues for vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals and seeks to enhance wellbeing and instill a sense of community belonging.
Using sport and physical activity, the grant opportunity aims to contribute to the building of resilient, cohesive and harmonious communities to ensure that individuals, families and communities have the opportunity to thrive and have the capacity to respond to emerging needs and challenges.
The grant opportunity will target the following community groups to engage in sport and physical activity projects:
– newly arrived migrants and refugees;
– people with a physical or mental disability; and
– Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The intended outcomes of the grant opportunity are to:
– increase the participation of vulnerable, disadvantaged individuals and families from targeted community groups in sport and physical activity;
– increase community pride and connection within targeted community groups; and
– increase the range of flexible, community based, participation opportunities available.
$ Available: Up to $19million.
Eligibility: To be eligible you must have been operating for 12 months or longer and provide written evidence submitted as an attachment that you are one of the following entity types:
– a not-for-profit (NFP) organisation whose NFP status must be demonstrated through one of the following:
– current registration with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC);
– state or territory incorporated association status; or
– constitutional documents and/or Articles of Association that demonstrate the NFP character of your organisation.
– a sporting organisation, such as a community sports club, national, state or registered sport association;
– a local government entity.
Key Dates: closes 12 December 2019
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