Working with the ACT Government, Capital Football helps clubs and individuals to access grants and funding programs to allow them to better facilitate and enjoy the sport of Football. As grants and funding programs become available they will appear below on this page.
The ISGP is a grants program for eligible individuals seeking support for their participation in sports and recreation activities.
The primary objective of the ISGP is to make participation opportunities in sport and recreation more accessible to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly those that may be disadvantaged.
ISGP Funding Guidelines |
For further information regarding the ISGP, including eligibility requirements, please refer to the 2018-19 ISGP Funding Guidelines.
Please complete the online application form. Applications close on 30th June 2019 unless funds are exhausted beforehand.
Contact: For any queries regarding the ISGP please contact Kelly Stirton
Attached is the Confirmation of Aboriginality and/or Torres Strait Islander Descent Form which applicants can use if they don’t already have the required documentation.
Check back for funding opportunities through the Act Government’s Active Canberra initiative.
There are a number of opportunities for individuals and sporting organisations to receive funding through the Australian Sports Commission (ASC).
Westfield Local Heroes is a new community recognition and grants program, connecting and enriching communities.
Individuals are nominated and voted for by their communities, with three finalists per Westfield Living centre each awarded a $10,000 grant to support their affiliated organisation’s work, programs or activities.
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.