Inclusive Beaches Equipment Grant
Please find Inclusive Beaches Equipment Grant Information 2021 the Inclusive Beaches Equipment Grant Circular. SLSA will be offering this grant again for clubs that are delivering or intending to deliver a disability inclusion program during 2021/22 season.
Applications for the grant will be open until 3rd September 2021 and we will notify successful clubs by 30th September.
Youth Development and Support Officer | Surf Life Saving NSW
Due to the ongoing lockdown in NSW, the NSW Government has made grants available to businesses and not-for-profits that have experienced a decline in turnover due to these restrictions.
Eligible businesses and not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) may apply for a one-off grant as follows:
- $7,500 (tier one): Businesses/NFPs that have experienced a decline in turnover of 30% or more due to the Public Health Orders will be eligible for a grant of $7,500.
- $10,500 (tier two): Businesses/NFPs that have experienced a decline in turnover of 50% or more due to the Public Health Orders will be eligible for a grant of $10,500.
- $15,000 (tier three): Businesses/NFPs that have experienced a decline in turnover of 70% or more due to the Public Health Orders will be eligible for a grant of $15,000.
Please note that eligible organisations can ONLY receive funding under one tier.
Please find attached a memoMemo – NSW COVID financial measures July 2021 v2 with further information regarding this grant opportunity.
COVID-19 Disaster Payment
A support payment for workers adversely affected by a state public health order.
This is a lump sum payment to help workers unable to earn income due to a COVID-19 lockdown, hotspot or period of restricted movement.
The COVID-19 Disaster Payment can help you when COVID-19 restrictions last for more than 7 days. You can’t get this payment for the first 7 days of an event.
Ducks for Duckies 20th September – 26th September
“Ducks for Duckies” is a chance for clubs to fundraise money through our partnership with Westfield Warringah Mall. The term “Ducks for Duckies” comes from the IRB being known as a rubber ducky and being one of the most expensive pieces of equipment used Surf Life Saving.
This is a great opportunity for your Club to raise funds and increase membership. If your club is interested in managing the BBQ and/or fountain for one of the dates throughout the campaign, please email Kieran on email@example.com with your preferred date and we will work to make a roster.
Flood Relief for the Northern Beaches
There is support if you have lost income as a direct result of the floods in New South Wales in March 2021.
Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA) is a short term payment to help you if a declared disaster directly affects your income.
You can get it for a maximum of 13 weeks from the date you lose income as a direct result of the floods in March this year.
Closing 20 September 2021