Grants & Funding. Tennis Queensland makes every effort to keep clubs (affiliates) and players up to date with any funding opportunities available in order to allow clubs to improve and increase the services offered or to give members support to reach their sporting potential. Scroll down to read the latest grant and funding news and opportunities, or follow the links in the tables below to learn about what is available throughout the year for tennis facilities.
Grants and Funding Current grant opportunities. Get Started Program Amount: Voucher valued up to $150 Opening Date: 15 July 2015 Closing Date: 30 September 2015 Objective: Get Started is one of three funding programs that comprise the Queensland Government’s Get in the Game initiative to support grassroots sport and recreation.
Competition for government grants is strong as tennis clubs must compete with other sporting clubs and community groups for the funding. It is important that adequate time is taken in submitting a professional and competitive grant application. Clubs should seek stakeholder support and assistance where possible.
Table Tennis Australia 2021 Equipment & Facilities Grant Program, Participation is one of the five priority areas of Table Tennis Australia’s (TTA) Strategic Plan ‘Our Future Now’ (2019-2022) as we seek to make Table Tennis more accessible, relevant, and rewarding for all. A key outcome of the plan is to contribute to delivering $500,000 worth of equipment and facilities to Clubs/ Associations and schools by 2022.
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Organisations that may be eligible to apply for a sports grant are: a not-for-profit sport or recreation organisation. councils. a not-for-profit Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation. an incorporated university sports club. a Queensland State school. a catholic school. an independent school. a not-for-profit incorporated organisation.
USTA Wheelchair Tennis Grassroots Grant. Every year, USTA Wheelchair Tennis provides grant assistance to organizations that promote and develop the growth of the game. The first USTA Wheelchair Tennis Grassroots Grants were awarded in 2008 and since then, the USTA has given more than $650,000 to wheelchair tennis programs across the country.
29 September 2021 | Tennis Queensland. There’s been a quiet revolution happening in tennis over the last 12 months and it’s leading to greater participation numbers among the sport’s seniors players in Queensland. In July 2020, the International Tennis Federation announced the 30+ age group would be introduced to the ITF Seniors Tour to ...