14 / August / 2018

North Lakes Sports Club’s summer sports grants now open

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Posted 14 August 2018


North Lakes Sports Club has announced that applications are now open for its 2018-19 Summer Sporting Sponsorship Funding.

Sporting clubs and associations that are registered with Queensland Fair Trading and consider North Lakes as a key service area are encouraged to apply.

Community, Sports, Clubs (CSC) Group Sport & Community Manager, Tony Clarke said funding that results in increasing membership diversity, expanding coaching and officiating numbers and skills, and purchasing vital sporting equipment are favourable application areas.

“Our three previous rounds of sports development funding, which commenced in early 2017, now shows a total of 24 seasonal sporting sponsorships provided. Those sponsorship rounds benefited 6,066 seasonal player registrations,” Mr Clarke said.

“As well as these cash sponsorships, profits from North Lakes Sports Club have covered all electricity bills and various building maintenance costs at the Kinsellas Sports Complex, Woodside Community Centre and Sports Grounds, and Aurora Boulevard Park, all of which are leased by CSC Group to further support local sport in North Lakes.”

North Lakes Sports Club and Caboolture Sports Club form part of the CSC Group, which last year donated over $1.9M back into their local communities.

How to apply

Applications for the 2018-19 summer sporting grants close on Sunday, 26 August 2018 with the announcement of successful clubs expected to take place by Friday, 31 August 2018.

For more information or to apply visit the North Lakes Sports Club website or phone the club on 1300 006 572.

 

Pictured (L to R): Cr Julie Greer, Cr Denise Sims, Rodger Lourenco, Chris Satori & Chris Whiting; 2017 Summer Sports Grant recipient The Lakes Football Club.

 

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