Baseball WA has a variety of sponsorship programs available to all its clubs across the state. Apply for any grant that is relevant to you and or your club.
Kid Sport Kid Sport enables eligible Western Australian children aged 5 to 18 years to participate in community sport by offering them financial assistance of up to $150 per calendar year towards club fees.
Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund The Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) exemplifies the Western Australian Government's commitment to the development of sustainable infrastructure for sport and recreation across the State. The purpose of the program is to provide Western Australian Government financial assistance to community groups and local government authorities to develop basic infrastructure for sport and recreation.
Regional Athlete Travel Subsidy Scheme The Regional Athlete Travel Subsidy Scheme (ATSS) is an initiative supporting regional athletes who have progressed into the high performance pathway of their chosen sport and are pursuing regional, state and national representation. Eligible athletes can receive funding for out-of-pocket travel and accommodation expenses directly related to competitions and programs in accordance with the performance level categories and eligibility criteria outlined in the application guidelines.
Community Living and Participation Grants Community Living and Participation Grants provide up to $10,000 for customised solutions that support people with disability to participate in family and community life. People with disability can apply for equipment, resources, activities and projects connected to their particular social and recreational goals. Community groups can apply for equipment, resources, training and activities that promote inclusion of people with disability.
Healthy Club Sponsorship Incorporated sporting clubs in a recognised sporting competition may apply to receive up to $5000 for initiatives to make their club safer and healthier and to train and educate volunteers. Sponsorship funds can be used to purchase items including: first aid equipment, club safety equipment, sunscreen, responsible service of alcohol training, healthy nutrition initiatives, training and coaching courses for volunteers and parents as well as other initiative. In return for sponsorship, successful clubs will be required to introduce smoke free outdoor areas and to introduce strategies to address other health issues.
Local Sporting Champions The Local Sporting Champions program provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships.
Macca's Junior Sports Grants Program Active lives are happier and healthier lives. That’s the thinking behind the Macca's Junior Sports Grants program. Macca's Junior Sports Grants aims to increase participation in junior sports and encourage the habit of a healthy lifestyle amongst young West Australians.
Community Mates Community Mates aim is to globally bring people, businesses and charities together and help provide access to discrete volunteering opportunities; and provide opportunity for people to volunteer with their friends thereby making volunteering an easy, fun and social activity.
All grants programs - Department of Communities The Department of Communities (Communities) provides one-off grants to community sector organisations and local governments to plan and implement projects, events and initiatives that help to improve the lives of West Australians. Communities provided $5.8 million in grant funding in 2015-16 to 335 organisations across Western Australia. Grants were awarded to organisations supporting children and young people, women, volunteers, seniors, education and care and cultural diversity.
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