Sport and Recreation Grants Program (SRGP)
The SRGP provides assistance to organisations to support participation in active lifestyles through the delivery of quality programs, services and facilities for the benefit of the Canberra community.
Within the SRGP there are seven different programs/schemes:
- Sport and Recreation Operational Program (SROP)
- Community Sport and Recreation Development Program (CSRDP)
- Capital Assistance Program (CAP)
- Asset Repair and Maintenance Scheme (ARMS)
- Sports Loan Interest Subsidy Scheme (SLISS)
- Inclusive Participation Funding Program (IPFP)
- National League Team Program (NLTP)
2017 Inclusive Participation Funding Program (IPFP) Open for Applications
The 2017 IPFP, administered by Active Canberra, is open for applications and will close at 11:00am on Monday 10 April 2017.
The primary objective of the IPFP is to increase participation opportunities is sport and recreation for the identified target populations: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Culturally and linguistically Diverse (CALD) People; Older Adults; and People with a Disability.
Organisations can apply for up to $15,000 (GST Exclusive) for the 2017/18 financial year.
For more information on the IPFP, including Funding Guidelines and how to apply, please visit the Inclusive Participation Funding Program (IPFP) web page.
Announcement of the 2017 Sport and Recreation Grants Program Recipients
Minister for Sport and Recreation, Yvette Berry, has announced that more than $2.7 million will be invested in local sport and recreation as part of the 2017 Sport and Recreation Grants Program and Asset Repair and Maintenance Scheme.
78 applications from 70 organisations will share in more than $2.7m in funding to support the local sport and recreation industry’s continuing endeavours to provide the community with quality, diverse and safe physical activity experiences and places to play.
2016 Small and Emerging Sport and Recreation Investment Program (SESRIP) Recipients Announced
Minister for Sport and Recreation, Yvette Berry, has announced $18,000 in funding through the 2016 Small and Emerging Sport and Recreation Investment Program (SESRIP).
For more information, including a list of the 2016 SESRIP recipients please visit the Small and Emerging Sport and Recreation Investment Program (SESRIP) web page.