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Applications for 2022 Club Grants are now OPEN.

We encourage your organisation to apply for funding under the ClubGRANTS scheme!

 

This year applications can be submitted by completing an on-line submission through the new ClubGRANTS Online portal. 

 

Club GRANTS funding applications will open on Monday 21st March for 2022.

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

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

ClubGRANTS

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 2021 the Club donated a total of $23,454.85 to the following categories under the ClubGrants scheme

Category 1.

Cash donations = $23,454.85

In-kind Donations = $ Nil

Recipients: Centrecare Broken Bay (Mary Mac’s Place), Vietnam Veterans Peacekeepers, Peninsula Village, Woy Woy Stroke Recovery, Glenvale School, Educar Foundation (Max Potential), Fairhaven Services.

Category 2. 

N/A

Everglades ClubGRANTS Recipients for 2021

Category 1

Centrecare Broken Bay (Mary Mac’s Place)

Mary Mac’s supplies a sit down meal served to our companions by our wonderful volunteers. But it’s more than just a place to get a meal – it provides connection, value and belonging without judgement. Mary Mac’s offers a place to shower and to wash clothes. Mary Mac's offer friendly support and companionship to address the experience of isolation and loneliness of some vulnerable people in our community.

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Vietnam Veterans Peacekeepers

Vietnam Veterans Peacekeepers are an independant, volunteer Ex-Service Organisation and Registered Charity providing pension, welfare, support & information assistance to men & women Veterans, Peacekeepers & Peacemakers from all branches of the services and all wars, conflicts & peace operations, and to serving and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Forces.

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Peninsula Village

Peninsula Village is an award-winning group of three stunning Central Coast retirement villages, offering retirees and those with high care needs a fresh approach to supported living in a beautifully appointed village-style environment. With three distinct levels of care – aged care, palliative care and self-care – there’s something to suit the needs of every senior community member in the Central Coast area.

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Woy Woy Stroke Recovery

The Stroke Recovery Association NSW aims to maximise the recovery of individuals who have experienced a Stroke and reduce the impact on their family/ carers and the community.

The Association was established in 1977 and since then has played a major role in the recovery and support of many Stroke survivors, assisted in the development of policy and best practice. It has also assisted in establishing some 42 Stroke recovery Clubs/ Groups, 4 Stroke Choirs and offers a range of Online Stroke Support groups to survivors and carers throughout NSW.

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Glenvale School

Glenvale School is for students with a disability. The school provides high-quality special education for students with significant disabilities.

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Educar Foundation (Max Potential)

The Max Potential Program

Max Potential is a unique personal leadership development program that runs over five months, connecting emerging young leaders from local high schools (16 – 18 years old) with community leaders from all walks of life.

Max Potential encourages young adults to accelerate their potential, build a can-do attitude, explore their entrepreneurial spirit and challenge themselves to lift their game.

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Fairhaven Services

Fairhaven is a not for profit organisation that began as a school in 1962, formed by a group of Central Coast parents who came together with a single goal: to provide education options for their children with intellectual disabilities who were unable to access mainstream schools.

Fairhaven is a social enterprise established to ensure that people living with disability on the Central Coast live the lives that they aspire to, with a commitment to providing community participation, social skills, employment opportunities, accommodation and living supports.

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