Community Projects

ClubsNSW role in the ClubGRANTS scheme is at a policy and co-ordination level. ClubsNSW also provides comprehensive advice to both member clubs and Local Committee Convenors and consults with the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing (OLGR) on all issues concerning the scheme.

The new ClubGRANTS (formerly CDSE) scheme will deliver benefits of approximately $90 million over four years, allowing clubs to strengthen their community support in a wide range of areas.

The scheme will increase the tax rebate for registered clubs from 1.5 per cent to 2.25 per cent. The claimable rate for Category 1 will remain unchanged with a minimum contribution of 0.75 per cent while Category 2 will be increased to a maximum of 1.1 per cent.

Category 2 core activities will also be expanded to include contributions to professional sport, excluding player payments.

A new Category of expenditure has also been created in which a further 0.4 per cent of a club’s gaming profits over $1 million that would otherwise be paid in tax will be paid into a new ClubGRANTS Fund.

The ClubGRANTS fund will pay for large scale sport, health and community infrastructure projects across the state, amounting to an estimated $10 million per year.

Wiseman Park Wollongong City Bowling Club Limited

Are proud to support the following organisations and charities in 2017/18:

  • North Wollongong Surf Club
  • Illawarra Men of league
  • Wollongong Saints Women’s AFL Club
  • Wollongong Bombers Football
  • Club
  • Keira Cricket Club
  • Kidswish Foundation
  • Keiraville Public School
  • Gwynneville Public School
  • Gwynneville Post Office
  • St Brigids Catholic School
  • UOW Hockey Club
  • UOW Rugby Club

Annual KidzWish bowls day raises money for Amelia

4th March, 2019
Nearly 200 people gathered to play games of bowls for a good cause at Wiseman Park Bowling Club on Friday afternoon.

The profits from the KidzWish Bowls Day will be split between contributing to a new vehicle for Amelia Wilkinson and funding KidzWish support, love and laughter programs.

Thirroul's Amelia, 15, has a rare and incurable neurological disorder called Rett syndrome. Sufferers cease to acquire new skills and gradually lose previously acquired abilities such as control of the hands and ability to vocalise...