ClubGRANTS Category 1 2017
(Applications now closed)
Priorities for the North Sydney local government area are:
- How will your project help people from a particular cultural background - refugees or people from a culturally and linguistically-diverse background?
- How will your project help people feel a sense of community connection and address social isolation?
- How does your project help people who are socially and/or financially disadvantaged?
North Sydney ClubGRANTs received applications for over $500,000 in the 2017 funding round. Approximately a quarter of applications were able to be funded and these included homeless youth and at risk youth organisations, Domestic Violence refuge services and rehoming services, high needs children and family services, mental health programs and a disability group.
Successful Category 1 Applications for funding for 2017 from North Sydney ClubGRANTS (Norths) are:
|Naremburn Family Centre Infants and Families Program
||Provide programs and learning tools for new parents and children in supported playgroups, bringing babies home, infant massage and Keeping Kids in Mind programs. Early intervention programs which help to identify concerns and provide access to support services.
|Dance Chance Incorporated
||Dance Chance is a dance class for people with a disability. Through the joy of dance we are able to provide social and community benefits to people with a physical or intellectual disability. Participants are aged from 5 - 76 years old and the dancers and volunteers are from a range of culturally diverse backgrounds.
||Gidget House provides free psychological support for pregnant women and new parents suffering anxiety and depression. Patients attending Gidget House receive appropriate care, preventing an escalation of problems and limiting the negative impact on family wellbeing.
|The Kirribilli Centre
||The Wellbeing for Mothers group aims to improve the emotional and physical wellbeing of women suffering from postnatal depression. The weekly service includes group discussions and counselling sessions with a qualified psychologist to equip mothers with coping strategies and provides a valuable support network for participants.
|North Sydney Benevolent Association
||Mary's House provides assistance to women and children who are victims of domestic violence .
|Phoenix House Youth Services
||Phoenix House provides services to marginalised young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. This program supports young people gain living skills and access educational and training programs.
|North Sydney Police Citizens Youth Club
||PCYC provides a youth fitness program which targets school truancy and educates young people about healthy lifestyle, proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
|St Vincent de Paul
||St Vincent de Paul works with people who are homeless and assists them to access short and longer term accommodation. In addition, St Vincent de Paul assists women and children transitioning from Mary's House refuge into new homes with furniture, whitegoods and household items.
|Taldumande Youth Services
||Taldumande provides 24/7 crisisaccommodation to homeless young people who need financial support to access services and items including food, clothing education and training and personal care items.
|Kids Like Brett Campaign
||Funds raised go toward the purchase of medical equipment for Children's Hospitals
||This funding goes towardsa occupational therapist who willwork with children who struggle in the classroom in our local public primaryschools. Intensive support is provided to support children with learning difficulties.
||Vision Australia provides services to clients who are blind orvision impaired.
For more information about ClubGRANTS please go to Clubs NSW
For information regarding ClubGRANTS Category 2 funding, please contact North Sydney Leagues Club directly.
Please note that if your organisation has received previous funding from North Sydney Clubgrants you are required to forward your report form to Norths League Club.