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SmartClubs October News
Community Funding Program
The October 2017 round of City of Wanneroo Community Funding opened on Monday 4 September 2017 for applications in Community Funding Categories A, B and C.
The City’s Community Funding Officer is available to assist you as you navigate the Community Funding process and there is a requirement to discuss your project/event idea with the Community Funding Officer prior to commencing your application.
If you have a 2018 Community Development Project or Community Event planned for delivery in the City of Wanneroo, this could be a great funding opportunity for your community group or organisation!
Visit the City's Community Funding webpage to:
- Read further information including the Community Funding Guidelines to determine eligibility of your group and your proposed project/event as well as the category of funding for which you wish to apply.
- Start an on-line Community Funding Application Form.
Note: This round closes on Friday 13 October 2017 so please doesn’t delay in taking action.
With the summer season around the corner, clubs are reminded of the following;
Please login to the KidSport system and update all Club registration costs, banking and ABN details and contacts. It is with this information that the program is administered with. For those clubs who require their access details to be re-issued, please e-mail KidSport at: Kidsport@dsr.wa.gov.au noting your Club name
Once an application has been processed, the parent is issued with the voucher notification from Kidsport@dlgsc.wa.gov.au; they are required to pass this voucher onto you. An applicant is not considered approved until they appear as approved in the list of approved applicants within the system.
The Club is required to redeem the voucher before creating the invoice within the KidSport system. Club created invoices will not be accepted by the City.
As advised by the Department of Sport and Recreation, Local Government is not able to provide codes direct to the Club. You will need to obtain this off the parent.
The City’s KidSport page contains the “How to Guide” that provides a step-by-step guide for clubs in how to operate the KidSport system.
For any further questions, please contact the City’s Club Development Officer by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 9405 5668.
Club Health Check
The Australian Sports Commission's (ASC) Club Health Check has been formed as a tool to assist State Sporting Organisations and their clubs with their overall management, governance and planning both at a strategic and an operational level. The Club Health Check focuses questions on the key areas that drive clubs: how clubs set—and reach—targets considered important to running a successful club. The report provided at the completion of the survey gives clubs a clear picture of whether their operations and activities are on target to achieve their goals.
It is recommended that up to 3 members of the committee complete the online Health Check.
DLGSC Community Participation Funding
Community Participation Funding (CPF) is available year-round for initiatives from $1000 to $5000 that aim to increase the involvement of low participation groups in sport and active recreation. The low participation groups targeted through this scheme include culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) groups, Aboriginal communities, people with disability, disengaged youth, seniors etc.
Please contact the Community Participation Funding Project Officer at email: email@example.com to discuss your project first.
Free Smoothie Bike Hire
The NMPHU is hiring its smoothie bike to not-for-profit community groups to support healthy activities and/or healthy fundraising. If you would like to hire the bike please contact Lia on 9380 7763 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re starting a Clean Up
Consumer Protection is compiling a list of clubs and associations that are no longer operating or have been dormant for at least 12 months. If you were a member of a club or group that you know no longer operates, please let Consumer Protection know by completing the online form or emailing email@example.com.
Consumer Protection will be making the defunct associations list public in the future and it is likely that steps will then be taken to cancel the incorporation of any groups confirmed as inactive. Registered clubs and associations are being urged to ensure they lodge their information statement. The information statement confirms that an association is active, eligible to be incorporated and has held its Annual General Meeting.
Make sure to lodge your information statement with AssociationsOnline so there is no doubt that your association is alive and well.
Safe Club 4 Kids
The Safe Clubs 4 Kids initiative supports the sport and recreation industry to create and maintain safe environments for children and young people. This workshop aims to:
- Increase awareness about how to create child safe environments.
- Understand the importance of criminal records checks, including Working with Children Checks.
- Learn how to respond to and report a disclosure or suspicious child abuse.
- Identify resources and contacts to support you.
Date: Wednesday 18 October 2017
Time: 9.30am – 11.30am
Venue: Sport and Recreation, 246 Vincent Street Leederville
RSVP: by 11 October 2017 to Safe Clubs 4 Kids, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DLGSC Event Calendar
With the release of the new-look DLGSC website, the DLGSC event calendar has been updated to include the latest events and courses that may be of interest to your club.
Further information can be found on the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries website.