Valuable grants to help clubs diversify

THE Australian Sports Foundation, in partnership with Australia Post, have created Sport4Everyone, a grant program to increase diversity and social inclusion in sport.

This grant round will focus on inclusion and supporting clubs that grow diversity in sport and among people of all cultures, abilities, ages, and genders.

Grants of up to $10,000 will be given to clubs whose programs meet these criteria.

Applications are open at and close on September 19.

School holiday fun

ACTIVE Breaks is on again this September school holidays.

The program is all about getting out and active in some of our beautiful sporting fields and parks. So come along and try a new sport or activity.

You never know you just might find a new favourite thing to do.

Activities running include a scavenger hunt, volleyball, t-ball, touch football, a family amazing race, dance and cheerleading.

Visit for the full schedule.

Helpful resources

SPORTS Community is a great website for sports clubs to gain access to a range of helpful resources.

Included on their website is a whole suite of position description templates that you are able to download and customise to the needs of your club.

The position descriptions range from the traditional president, treasurer and secretary to sponsorship co-ordinator, social media co-ordinator and junior recruitment co-ordinator.

To see the full range of position descriptions and download the templates visit

Club focus

IS your club hosting a sign on or come and try day for your upcoming season?

Send details to and we will help promote your club.

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