Duke of Edinburgh goes viral

Apply for sports grants now

APPLY NOW: Grants that provide funds for projects that support sport development, sport access and facility development are now open.

APPLY NOW: Grants that provide funds for projects that support sport development, sport access and facility development are now open.

Sport and recreation organisations can apply for grants up to $20,000 as part of the 2021/22 Local Sport Grant Program

More than $4.6 million available to NSW sport and recreation organisations as part of the program which provides funds for projects that support sport development, sport access and facility development with up to $50,000 available in each electorate.

For further information visit the Office of Sport website. Applications close Friday, 19 November.

Duke of Edinburgh goes viral

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, NSW Division has been busy ensuring the almost 15,000 NSW participants continue the Award despite COVID-19 restrictions.

The Division has been instrumental in championing the new Virtual Exploration (VE) with NSW Award Centres. The VE is an online resource for Bronze and Silver Participants to complete their Adventurous Journey in a virtual, or semi-virtual space.

The VE is just one of several temporary concessions in place to help participants during the pandemic. For further information about the Duke of Ed and how you can be involved, click here.

2021 National Sports Census

The Australian Sports Professionals Association (ASPA) 2021 National Sports Census is now open.

The 2021 National Sports Census is designed to capture a response from every person working in Australian sport - whether they are a paid staff member, board member, contractor or volunteer employee.

The Census will provide ASPA with a national perspective of the Australian Sports Industry.

The results are anonymous and will be used to help drive discussions and industry growth.

Visit https://www.sportsprofessionals.co/census/20/ to complete the Census.