Round 6 Sport and Recreation Grants – Now Open

The latest Get in the Game grants initiative provides funding to support not-for-profit local sport and recreation organisations to create and provide access to participation opportunities for Queenslanders, encouraging people to become involved in sport and active recreation!

Web-image_Get-in-the-gameOne of the options available is the Get in the Game grant worth $7,500, these are great initiative to get clubs and people, educated and active within their local community.

To find out more about the current grants available, you can visit: https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/getinthegame/getgoing/apply/

Get in The Game Grant Details

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

Eligible organisation can apply for funding of up to $7,500 (GST exclusive) with eligibility requirements centring around key components, including training and education, to assist organisations to develop their capacity to deliver participation opportunities to their community.

At DWS Hospitality Specialists, we have qualified and experienced professionals at the ready to assist community clubs through the grant application process. For more information, contact the team on (07) 3878 9355 or email info@dws.net.au

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