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Club Grants

ClubGRANTS is a community grants program funded by local clubs and administered by Council.

Club Grants are now open…

The Port Stephens ClubGRANTS Scheme aims to support local projects and services that assist people within the Port Stephens Local Government Area (LGA). Funded projects must be in the areas of Community Welfare and Social Services, Community Development, Community Health Services and Employment Assistance Activities.

Closed 16th May 2021 5.00pm

What can I apply for?

The Port Stephens ClubGRANTS Scheme aims to support local projects and services that assist people within the Port Stephens Local Government Area (LGA). Funded projects must be in the areas of Community Welfare and Social Services, Community Development, Community Health Services and Employment Assistance Activities.




Director Julie Lister & Soldiers Point Bowling Club Mayoral Scholarship recipient Rose Priest – 2021

Rose Priest, Newcastle – Bachelor of Medical Science & Doctor of Medicine. 

MAYORAL ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS
Soldiers Point Bowling Club is proud to be a sponsor of the Mayoral Academic Scholarships Program.
Applications open 13 December 2021

The Port Stephens Mayoral Academic Scholarship Program gives local students starting TAFE or university the opportunity to receive a $2,000 scholarship to help cover the cost of their studies.

It’s a partnership between Council and local businesses to support our next generation of business and industry leaders in Port Stephens.

The investment of one scholarship from a local business makes a big difference to a young person setting out on the next stage of their academic journey. Whether it is a year’s worth of textbooks, a laptop computer or student accommodation — this contribution goes a long way to support local students and encourage life-long learning.

2022 key dates

Thinking of studying in 2022? Get ready for the next round of scholarships:

  • Applications open – Monday 13 December 2021
  • Applications close – Monday 31 January 2022
  • Scholarship presentation – February 2022

For more information visit https://www.portstephens.nsw.gov.au/live/community/grants-and-funding/mayoral-academic-scholarships

 

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The following are recipients of Club Grants last year
Tomaree Community Hospital
Little Wings
Tomaree Public School
Ronald McDonald House
Hunter Youth Mentor Collaborative
Breast Screen NSW
Nelson Bay Junior Football Club
Nelson Bay Junior Cricket Club
Koori Kids
Nelson Bay Junior Hockey
Soldiers Point Bowling Club – Junior Sport
Soldiers Point Women’s Bowling Club
Tomaree Peninsula Photography Club
Salamander Recycle Centre
Nelson Bay View Club

SOLDIERS POINT BOWLING CLUB
Proudly supports the following organisations

Tomaree Community Hospital
Aerobics for over 50s
Blue Water Line Dancers
Breast Cancer Foundation
Nelson Bay Junior Football Club
Nelson Bay Junior Cricket Club
Nelson Bay Junior Rugby League Football Club
Nelson Bay View Club
Port Stephens Ulysses Club
Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance
Salamander Child Care Centre
Salamander Recycling Centre
Leukaemia Foundation
Nelson Bay Girl Guides
Seaside Singers
Soldiers Point Public School
Tomaree Ladies Probus
Tomaree Over 55s Aerobics
Little Wings
Port Stephens PCYC
Ovarian Cancer Australia
Community Transport Port Stephens
Birubi Surf Life Saving Club
Sewing Bees
Cancer Council of NSW
Oncology Department – Mater Hospital
Tomaree Prostate Cancer Group
Port Stephens Choral Ensemble
Mem’s Soul Food Productions
Tomaree Peninsula Photography Club
Tomaree Public Schools Principals’ Group
Waratah Slimmers
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
Hunter Academy of Sport
Anna Bay Public School
Stockton Hospital
Tomaree High School
Port Stephens SES
Bay Area Board Riders

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NEWCASTLE AND HUNTER VALLEY CLUB TAKES OUT TOP PRIZE AT AWARDS NIGHT

In a coup for the Newcastle and Hunter Valley region, a Highly Commended Award was awarded to Soldiers Point Bowling Club in the Environment category for their commitment to becoming more environmentally friendly.
The Club has switched over LED lighting, reduced general waste by 35% since 2011 and has installed a covered bowling green for users to enjoy.
ClubsNSW CEO Anthony Ball congratulated Soldiers Point Bowling Club for their win at the Clubs & Community Awards.
“Congratulations to Soldiers Point Bowling Club for their commitment to making a difference in the lives of people in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley,” he said. 

 

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