Giving back to our community
For almost 45 years, Castle Hill RSL has been an important part of the Hills community – providing somewhere for its 50,000+ members to meet, eat and enjoy social interaction and friendship with others; offering much needed support and facilities to veterans and their families; and sponsorship of dozens of youth sport, recreation, art, culture and educational programs.
ClubGRANTS was designed to ensure that NSW’s larger registered clubs contribute to the provision of frontline services to their local communities and ensure that the disadvantaged can benefit from gaming contributions made by clubs.
How to Apply
Hills Shire community groups have an opportunity to formally apply for funding for their community-related projects. All applications are reviewed by the Board of Directors on a monthly basis and are approved based on their merits, and the amount of funding available at the time.
Community groups are encouraged to apply for Category 1 or Category 2 funding. If you are unsure which category of funding your organisation may be eligible for, please contact the club and ask for advice from the ClubGRANTS co-ordinator.
To apply for ClubGRANTS, download and complete the relevant form and return it to:
Castle Hill RSL
P.O. Box 25
Castle Hill, NSW 1765
The ClubGRANTS Scheme formalises the funding process for community-related projects, and there are three categories of ClubGRANTS available:
Funding is specifically for local projects and/or services that contribute to the welfare and broader social fabric of the local community and are aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people. These projects encompass community welfare & social services, community development, community health services and employment assistance activities.
Funding is generally for projects not listed or eligible for Category 1 funding, such as sport and recreational clubs, cultural activities, visual and performing arts, charity fundraising, medical research, and in-kind services such as complimentary room hire, fundraising products and prizes and training facilities for elite athletes.
Funding is automatically paid by the club into the NSW Government’s ClubGRANTS Fund on a quarterly basis to support and develop large scale, State-wide projects or services such as sports venues and facilities, hospitals and community health services, youth facilities, childcare facilities, aged care facilities, educational facilities, emergency services facilities, parks and recreation, community housing and community transport.