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Applications for 2022 Club Grants are now Closed.

Thank you to the organisations who applied for funding under the ClubGRANTS scheme!

Applications for Category 1 closed on Monday 9th May at midnight 2022

Applications for Category 2 closed on Thursday 30th June at midnight 2022

We encourage organisations to keep an eye on our website for next year's ClubGrants funding rounds.


ClubGRANTS is one of Australia’s largest grant programs, providing more than $100 million in cash each year to a variety of worthy causes across NSW.

Everglades is proud to support our local community through the ClubGRANTS program.

For the year ended 31 August 2022 the Club donated a total of $60,016.00 to the following categories under the ClubGrants scheme

Category 1.

Cash donations = $24,515.00

In-kind Donations = $ Nil

Recipients: Brisbane Waters Secondary College, Fairhaven Services, Hospital Art Australia Inc, Riding for the Disabled Association, Rotary Club of Woy Woy.

Category 2. 

Cash donations = $28,401.00

In-kind Donations = $7,100.00

Recipients: Brisbane Water Brass Inc, Brisbane Water United Physical Culture Club, Naughty Noodle Fun Haus Inc, Peninsula Ducks Softball Club, Peninsula Environment Group, Peninsula Junior Touch, Southern & Ettalong United Football Club, TKT Ocean Beach Netball Club, Umina United Soccer Club, Words on the Waves Writers Festival.

Everglades ClubGRANTS Recipients for 2022

Category 1

Brisbane Water Secondary College

(Better Choices Program)

The Better Choices Program is a back to basics program that targets mental health, building resilience and improving social skills through Health and Wellbeing workshops and peer-led discussions. The program aims to improve the participants AIM grade and reduce anti-social behaviour and non-compliant behaviour within the school setting.

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Fairhaven Services

(Re-develop Volunteers Amenities)

Redeveloping the volunteers area will require gutting the dedicated area, adding a kitchenette including a sink, four cupboards, fridge (existing), tea/coffee facilities and a microwave. Fairhaven's 45 volunteers are our lifeblood to provide the Op Shop services to the local community.

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Hospital Art Australia

(Colour for Aged Care)

Hospital Art provides art as therapy to people in aged care. Based on the Peninsula, their local volunteers draw up and colour code canvases to be used for therapy. They have been providing this service to any aged care facility, nursing home or hospital that has requested it for over 20 years and do not charge to provide the canvases and paints. Hospital Art brings colour and enjoyment to many residents and patients of these facilities.

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Riding for the Disabled

(Horse Sponsorship)

Riding for the Diabled require suitable horses for disabled children to enjoy horse riding. Horses need to be of a nature situable for disabled riders, these horses are difficult to find and acquire for a reasonable price. Once acquired their horses require regular vet checks, dentist visits, farrier specialist and a variety of feed to maintain health.

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Rotary Club of  Woy Woy

(Opera In The Arboretum)

Opera in the Arboretum is an annual charity event of Rotary Club of Woy Woy Inc. Funds raised are distributed to deserving causes, charitable organisations and Rotary projects at home and abroad.

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Category 2

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