Grants & Funding

Change Our Game

Change Our Game Community Activation Grants will fund one-off community level events that showcase and celebrate the role of women and girls in sport and active recreation.

Grants of up to $5,000 are available to increase the capacity of community sport and recreation organisations to deliver events that promote gender equality.

Initiatives may include, but are not limited to:

  • an educational session addressing issues facing women and girls in sport and recreation
  • a networking event for women and girls
  • an event that showcases achievements of women and girls in sport and active recreation, or showcases best practice in promoting gender equality
  • a ‘come and try’ day that addresses the barriers to women and girls participating in your sport
  • a community forum focused on sharing experiences and developing collaborative strategies around gender equality and inclusion.


My Sport Live Anytime Fitness Club Grants

Thanks to My Sport Live and Anytime Fitness, a new funding program has been created allowing clubs to be able to stream one of their sporting events for free. The program allows clubs to tap into a fund of $30,000 for the streaming and promotion of selected events.

Any sporting club across Victoria that is affiliated to a Victorian State Sporting Association (SSA) is invited to apply for the grant.

Only clubs affiliated to SSA’s that are recognised by Sport and Recreation Victoria will be eligible to receive funding.


Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund (ACIF)

Congratulations to the 88 clubs, schools and councils that were recipients of funding in the first year of ACIF. For a full list of recipients and projects, click here.

Another round of funding will be open in Victoria in late 2019.

To plan for your application, please read the ACIF Guidelines  carefully.

To be notified when the ACIF is launched in Victoria, please sign up to the club and association e-newsletter here.

For enquiries, please contact Adam Renfrey, State Infrastructure Manager at

VicHealth – Active Club Grants – Applications close 4pm, 30 August 2019

Is your community sport club looking to get more people participating?

VicHealth is inviting community sport clubs (clubs) to apply for an Active Club Grant to increase opportunities for more Victorians to be active.

Three out of five women are not getting enough physical activity to benefit their health and many people – particularly people who are less physically active – are interested in more fun, flexible and social sport activities.

This is why VicHealth’s Active Club Grants needs your help to encourage more Victorians to participate in sport through two specific focus areas:

  1. Increasing female participation opportunities
  2. Supporting social and modified sport programs for less active Victorians.

To view the guidelines or apply visit

Emergency: Sporting and Recreational Equipment through Sport and Recreation Victoria

These grants provide assistance to grassroots sport and active recreation clubs and organisations to replace essential sporting or first aid equipment that has been lost or destroyed as a consequence of fire, flood, significant storm event, theft or criminal damage.

Funding is available up to $2,000 and applications can be made up to 3 months after the loss or damage.

You can read the program guidelines here. Or to find out more information about the Emergency: Sporting and Recreational Equipment grant and apply, see the Sport and Recreation Victoria website here.

Cricket Victoria Community Grants Program

This grants program is currently closed. To be notified of grants for cricket clubs, please sign up to our Club / Association e-newsletter.


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