Information about Grants and Loans programs available to the NSW cricket community.
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Cricket NSW is committed to collaboratively partnering with councils, associations, clubs and schools as well as other sports and across all levels of government, to create a safe, inclusive and healthy environment for participants, spectators, officials and volunteers.
Cricket NSW and McDonald’s Facility Grants ProgramThe McDonald’s Facility Grants Program is now closes for 2017/18.
The Cricket NSW and McDonald’s Facility Grants Program is designed to assist clubs and associations, schools and local councils enhance the quality, availability and standard of their cricket facilities.
The Cricket NSW and McDonald’s Facility Grants Program’s primary objective is to support projects that aim to increase cricket participation in New South Wales.
To ensure your project meets the Programs eligibility criteria, please refer to the 2017-18 Cricket NSW & McDonald’s Facility Grants Program Guidelines.
For assistance with cricket facility specifications, please refer to Cricket Australia’s Community Cricket Facility Guidelines.
Should you wish to enquire about the Grants Program or discuss your cricket project, please contact your local Cricket NSW Development Manager.
Australian First Aid - Special Offers for Cricket Clubs
Australian First Aid (AFA) has partnered with Cricket NSW to become our Official First Aid and First Aid Equipment Partner. Cricket clubs throughout NSW can also benefit from this new partnership as AFA is pleased to offer all clubs special deals on medical equipment to help make your club safer.
AFA also offer a dedicated cricket First Aid course that some clubs may be interested in running for their volunteers to help deal with any injuries or incidents on or off the field.
To find out more email Australian First Aid.
Australian Sports Foundation - Sport Incentive Program
The ASF continues to build awareness in the sports sector of the importance of partnerships involving sport, business and the broader community.
Through contact with sporting clubs, associations, national bodies and schools, and through establishing links with local government and community bodies, it has worked to promote understanding of the benefits of its tax deductible services and to develop a 'self-determinant' culture within organisations.
Local Sporting Champions - Australian Sports Commission
Local Sporting Champions assists young sports people playing representative sport in state or national championships affiliated with Cricket NSW or Cricket Australia.
Grants of $500 for individuals or $3,000 for teams are available.