All potential applicants are encouraged to regularly review the frequently asked questions to ensure that their application addresses the relevant requirements.
Also, check out five steps to writing a grant application.
Statement by supplier
Download ATO Statement by a supplier form (PDF).
See information about this form on the Australian Taxation Office website.
Each year the Office of Sport provides millions in government grants to nurture sporting talent, help build sports facilities and develop the industry as a whole.
|NSW ICC World T20 2020 Cricket Legacy Fund||Applications open: 28 May 2018
Applications close: 13 July 2018
|Greater Sydney Sports Facility Fund||Applications open: 1 June 2018
Applications close: 31 August 2018
|Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund||Applications closed: 4 May 2018|
|NSW Asian Cup 2015 Legacy Fund||Applications closed: 2 March 2018|
|Local Sport Defibrillator Program||Applications closed: 20 December 2017|
|Local Sport Grant Program||Applications closed: 20 October 2017|
|Safe Shooting Program||Applications closed: 13 October 2017|
|Sport Development Grant Program||Applications closed: 6 October 2017|
|Surf Club Facility Program||Applications closed: 31 August 2017|
Other grant programs
Key grant programs that support sport and recreation projects include:
- ClubGRANTS Category 3 Fund
- Community Building Partnership Program
- Community Development Grants Program
- Stronger Communities Program
Information on a range of grants available for sport and recreation projects can be found on the Community Builders website, designed to help people from the community, government and business find and develop solutions to issues within their communities.