How to Apply for Ballina RSL Club’s Community Support Program
Welcome to the Ballina RSL Club Community Support application page. In 2019-2020 Ballina RSL Club provided over $352,000 in cash and in-kind support to more than 100 local community organisations through its longstanding Community Support Program.
Please note that the application period for the 2020-2021 COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM will open from 1st March, 2021 and close on 14 May 2021.
For those organisations or individuals who would like to apply for local assistance for a project that sits outside the annual community grants application period, you will need to apply under the TIER ONE assistance category.
TIER ONE ASSISTANCE
The TIER ONE assistance category is generally intended for smaller requests for in-kind (non-cash) support for room hire or raffle prize assistance for not-for-profit organisations or individuals.
If you are seeking cash funding – approval will be at the discretion of the Board and management. For projects above $1,000, applicants will need to apply in accordance with the annual Community Grants Program (opens in March 2021).
Please visit ClubGRANTS Guidelines to find out more about the eligibility of your organisation.
Please click either link below for an application form.
Ballina RSL Club Ltd is committed to supporting the Ballina Shire Community.
We are pleased to say that this year our cash and in-kind contributions, donations and sponsorships remain as important to us as they always have been. We are proud to give back to the community that we belong to.
Ballina RSL Club’s cash & in kind community contributions
for year ended August 2020 totalled over $352,000.
Each year through ClubGRANTS, Ballina RSL Club provides support to over 100 local community organisations, sporting groups and charities that make a difference in the local Ballina Shire region.
‘This is a long standing commitment we have had with the Ballina Shire Community’ said Bill Coulter CEO Ballina RSL Club. ‘Providing financial and in-kind support to local community groups is a very rewarding element of what we do here at the club’ added Bill.
Since the inception of the CLubGRANTS initative Ballina RSL has made an enormous difference to community groups with over $4 million dollars in cash and in-kind provided to the Ballina Shire Community.
To be eligible to apply for a ClubGRANT, you must be a not-for-profit organisation and provide the following project and/or services: community welfare or social services, community development, community health services or employment assistance activities. You are also eligible if you or your organisation is involved in community or professional sport.
Ballina RSL, proud sponsor of the Invictus Games 2018 congratulates local Jamie Tanner on a winning performance.