Kingsgrove RSL Club supports a wide range of community groups, schools, sporting clubs and charities.
Kingsgrove RSL Club’s contributed over $150,000 in funds in 2016, 2017 and again in 2018, to support and assist these organisation connect people, build stronger communities and create a positive change.
Through the ClubGRANTS program Kingsgrove RSL Club has enabled schools & sporting clubs to provide for student scholarships, purchase of prizes and gifts for raffles, and cover venue hire fees for award and presentation nights. Kingsgrove RSL Club has also been able to sponsor local community groups and charities, with the funding going toward health services, welfare services, establish civic programs, purchasing apparel, equipment and cover venue hire fees for events and activities for the community.
The ClubGRANTS scheme is designed for registered clubs in NSW to contribute to the provision of services for the local communities.
Kingsgrove RSL are always on the lookout for local recipients that meet the criteria of the ClubGRANTS funding program, Applicants interested in applying can visit the Bayside City Grants & Donations Program or the ClubsGRANTS website directly. Each grant is assessed for suitability for funding by the local committee before they are presented to our club board for approval and funding
Kingsgrove RSL Club is also very proud of our continual association with the Kingsgrove Community Aid Centre.
ClubGRANTS are OPEN.
Applicants from not-for-profit community organisations within the Bayside Council are invited to apply for funding under Category 1 of the program.
Applicants must use the online application form and address the identified local area priorities.
ClubGRANTS is an initiative of the NSW Government and ClubsNSW to provide funding for community projects and services that have a direct impact on local communities. Kingsgrove RSL Club are proud to be part of this initiative to support community welfare and social services; community development; employment assistance activities; community health services; and projects aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people.
Forms and guidelines are available on the ClubGRANTS website.
Applications Close: Friday 26 April 2019
Kingsgrove RSL Club have pledged to donate approx. $15,000 within the next 2 years, with the support of our member donation, club donations and raffles, to support our drought affected farmers.
“From the very beginning of our fight to get our Club back, the CEO and Board of Directors at Kingsgrove RSL have stood shoulder to shoulder with us in mateship and comradeship. They have helped us out with tables, chairs, carpets and fittings, but more importantly with advice and their moral support.”
– Barry Ryan OAM President of Arncliffe RSL Club
Left to Right: Mr Ryan Asplet (Kingsgrove RSL Club Director), Mr Alan Barnes (President of Kingsgrove RSL Club), NSW Governor His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d), Mr Barry Ryan OAM (President of Arncliffe RSL Club) and Mr Bruce Geerin (Kingsgrove RSL Club Director), at the re-opening of Arncliffe RSL Club, Sunday 28th January 2018.