COVID-19 IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR APPLICANTS: Following the Prime Minister’s advice, clubs across NSW closed on Monday 23 March 2020, until further notice. Applicants should be aware that ClubsGRANTS funding is likely to reduce in the short term as a response to economic uncertainty and the fact that clubs are not trading.

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. Charities, sporting organisations and not-for-profit community groups are among tens-of-thousands of worthy causes funded through the program each year.

Each year Clubs in NSW provide grants totaling more than $100 million to local groups.

More information about ClubGRANTS can be obtained from:

​Below is a list of organisations who received grants:

Shepherd Centre for Deaf Children

Autism Spectrum Australia

Hornsby & District TPI Social & Welfare Club

Vision Australia

Parkinson’s NSW Ltd

DANII Meads Barlow Foundation

Noffs Foundation

Hornsby RSL Sub-Branch

Hornsby Woodworking Men’s Shed

Northern District Cricket Club

Taldumande Youth Services Inc

Aust Kookaburra Kids Foundation

Macular Disease Foundation

Streetwork Inc

KYDS Youth Development Service

SHINE for Kids


Northcott Society

Cancer Council Relay for Life 

Autism Community Network

Road Safety Education Ltd

Delta Society Australia

Leukaemia Foundation

Learning Links

Edgeworth David Community Garden


Bridge for Asylum Seekers

Phoenix House Youth Services Inc.


Hawkesbury River Childcare Centre

Waitara School Community Garden

Sydney Children’s Hospital/ Cleft Palate Clinic

Blowfly Cricket Association

St Vincent de Paul

Normanhurst West Preschool Inc

Women’s Justice Network

Studio ARTES

Youth Off the Streets

Cystic Fibrosis

Little Wings

Rockets Ten Pin Bowling

Epilepsy Association

Rainbow Club Australia

Fathering Project

Asquith Boys High Disability Access Project

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai DV Network

Invictus Games