Funding of up to $100,000 available for Moreton Bay clubs

THE Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing has advised the Get Going Clubs and Get Playing Places and Spaces funding programs are now open for applications in the Moreton Bay region.

Get Going Clubs provides funding to support not-for-profit local sport and recreation organisations to create and provide access to participation opportunities for Queenslanders.

Eligible organisations can apply for funding of up to $7500 for one project under one of three categories: Participation Projects; Education and Training; and Equipment.

The closing date for applications, which must be submitted online, is Friday, October 2.

Clubs planning on submitting an application are encouraged to contact a sport and recreation regional adviser on 5459 6176 or north.coast@npsr.qld. gov.au to discuss the project.

For funding guidelines and further information, visit GetGoingClubs.

Get Playing Places and Spaces provides funding for new or upgraded sport and recreation facility projects to enable more Queenslanders to be involved in sport and active recreation.

Eligible organisations can apply for up to $100,000.

Applicants will need to contribute a minimum of 20% to the total eligible project costs.

It is recommended clubs discuss the project with a sport and recreation regional advisor on 5459 6176 or north.coast@npsr.qld.gov.au to ensure the project meets the objectives of the program.

Applications close on Friday, October 2, and applications are submitted online.

For funding guidelines and further information visit GetPlayingPlacesandSpaces.

If your club is planning to apply for the Get Playing Places and Spaces funding program, please also contact Morton Bay Regional Council's sport and recreation unit on 3283 0326 or email sportrecreation@moretonbay.qld.gov.au to discuss your project with a sport and recreation officer who can provide advice and assistance with your application and organise a letter of support for suitable projects.


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