The Minor Grants Program provides grants of between $500 and $10,000 to clubs, associations, local government and other not-for-profit providers of sport and active recreation.

The Sport and Recreation Minor Grants Program offers financial assistance towards equipment purchases and/or the development/improvement of facilities or playing surfaces that directly benefit sport and recreation clubs and improve opportunities for Tasmanian’s to participate in sport and active recreation. Funding for this program is allocated from the Community Support Levy.

Eligible projects must benefit sport and/or recreation clubs. Applicants must contribute at least half of the project funding.

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Defib For Life have been searching around for some useful tips on writing a grant application and have provided the following link to help clubs in the process.

Most clubs nominate one person to identify and submit grant applications but ideally clubs should nominate a small group of people to work together on grant applications. The more grant applications your club writes the better your grant applications will become.

Once you have identified the grant your club wishes to apply for, the most critical part of the application process is to fully understand the objectives of the grant provider.

Make sure you answer all the questions in the grant application and provide all supporting information requested, such as financial statements, plans or quotes.