Financial support is now available for flood-affected sporting clubs in Queensland and not-for-profit organisations in New South Wales.
Emergency funding is being jointly funded through the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements and will assist sporting clubs to repair damaged infrastructure and replace lost equipment. The recovery of local sporting organisations will be integral to the long-term recovery of the flood affected communities.
- The Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority have announced funding of up to $20,000 for sport and community clubs and associations.
- The New South Wales Government have announced grants of up to $50,000 for not-for-profit organisations.
Find out more regarding your state’s available funding opportunities below.
- $55 million to help sports recover from floods [NSW]—the NSW Government has announced a $55 million Sport Infrastructure Recovery Fund to help sporting organisations impacted by flooding in February and March get back in the game. (2 May 2022)
- CommBank helping flood-hit football clubs to get back on the field—Football Australia's major partner, Commonwealth Bank, is providing grants to local community organisations including football clubs across Queensland and New South Wales to help get them back on the field and support relief, recovery and clean up in areas affected by devastating floods. (31 March 2022)
- Bowls Disaster Relief Fund—Bowls Australia is committed to redirecting one-hundred per cent of all sums raised back to those clubs in need, who are able to access monies from the fund via an application process. (10 March 2022)
- Golf NSW launches Flood Relief Fund—through the NSW Golf Foundation and the Australian Sports Foundation, Golf NSW has established The Golf NSW Flood Relief Fund to help clubs in the golfing community get back on their feet following the devastating floods that have ripped through New South Wales. (10 March 2022)
- Financial help for flood-hit small businesses, primary producers and communities in SEQ [Australian Government]—financial support for flood-affected Queensland small businesses, farmers, not-for-profit organisations, and sporting and community clubs will now be available following a new agreement between the Prime Minister and Premier. (5 March 2022)
- Emergency funding for not-for-profit sporting clubs [Queensland Government]—emergency funding grants of $20,000 and $5,000 were available to Queensland not-for-profit sport and active recreation clubs to help them get back on their feet after recent flood events. (5 March 2022)
- Funding to help flood-hit communities, farmers, small businesses and councils [Federal Government]—a new support package for flood-affected communities across New South Wales will be released today to support farmers, businesses and local councils to recover and rebuild. (3 March 2022)