The Entrance Leagues Club Limited operates within its local region from which it derives its support. The Club is aware of its reliance on support from the local community and acknowledges the Club’s need to provide positive contributions towards the Community’s growth and development. The Entrance Leagues Club Limited is a community orientated organisation with a significant sponsorship portfolio covering a number of activities which have the objective of promoting sport and encouraging members and visitors to the Club. This form is provided to assist groups/individuals in applying for sponsorships or donations from The Entrance Leagues Club and does not guarantee approval. All applications will be assessed on their merits.
Link below for Sponsorship Donations TELC
Club Grants 2015 - David Hart & Jo Merrick from Autism Spectrum
Club Grants 2015 - David Hart & Ron McCutcheon from Camp Quality
Club Grants 2015 Presentation - Wyong Local Government Area Club Representatives & Recipients
For Grants over $5,000 Please click here.
and submit through Wyong Shire Council
ClubGRANTS reporting requirements
A legislative requirement to be fulfilled by all organisations receiving ClubGRANTS assistance from registered clubs is that a club must request funding recipients to provide a report on how the funds were applied and whether the use of funds has varied from the purpose stated in the original application. If a report is not received from a funding recipient, the ClubGRANTS Guidelines require that the club should not consider any additional funding for that organisation, except in exceptional circumstances.
Funding recipients should use this form for amounts above $500. (For amounts under $500, recipients should simply return a receipt or letter of acknowledgement, as per the Guidelines.) Where an individual ClubGRANTS expenditure is above $5,000, the benefiting organisation must also complete a statutory declaration (page 3).
This report form should be forwarded to the appropriate club (and Local Committee, if the funding was allocated through a Committee) at the completion of the program, project or service. Please note: additional details should be attached to the form where the space provided is insufficient.
In some instances, a program, project or service has not been completed before the funding recipient wishes to seek further funding for another activity. In these cases, recipients should provide a progress report on the current project. This should include a timeline for the project’s completion and reasons for any delay in the expenditure of the funds.
Further information concerning the ClubGRANTS scheme is available from individual clubs, local committees, or the ClubsNSW website www.clubsnsw.com.au or contact ClubsNSW on (02) 9268 3000 or email@example.com
For Grants under $5,000 Please click here
and submit through The Entrance Leagues Club
ClubGRANTS 2013 Cheque Presentation Ceremony
26 Community Groups Share in $196,136
Over the last four months the Wyong Local Clubs Club Grants Committee has received applications from 55 Central Coast Welfare and Community organisations totalling $508,548. The allocation for this year was a massive $196,136, a significant contribution to Central Coast Welfare and Community Groups who are doing it tough this year with more requests for support and their services than ever before.
17 Clubs contribute to the pool of funds, which then gets allocated via Club Grants Applications in conjunction with Wyong Shire Council.
Beneficiaries of the funding included a diverse group of organisations including, Central Coast Outreach Services, Central Coast Kids In Need, The Salvation Army Oasis Youth Centre at Wyong & the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
Also high on the priority list and funded were many education support services including Regional Youth Support Services, Life Education Australia, Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College & the newly established Central Coast Dyslexia Association who have already made great progress within the last 12 months helping kids with learning difficulties. The Central Coast Dyslexia Association will receive $10,000 to continue this work on the Central Coast.
17 Wyong Shire registered clubs contribute their time, understanding and finance to this committee which includes representatives from the Department of Community Services, NCOSS - NSW Council of Social Services and the Wyong Shire Council.
The Wyong Shire registered club’s provided over $2.5 million dollars over the past 12 months to welfare, community, sports clubs and sports facilities within our community and it is something that the Club industry is very proud of.
Contributing Clubs included:
The Bay Sports Club
Budgewoi Soccer Club
Canton Beach Sports Club
Club Toukley RSL
Diggers @ The Entrance
Doyalson-Wyee RSL Club
The Entrance Leagues Club
Halekulani Bowling Club
Mingara Recreation Club
Munmorah United Bowling Club
The Greens The Entrance
Gwandalan Bowling Club
Wallarah Bay Recreation Club
Wyong Golf Club
Wyong RSL Club
Wyong Rugby League Club