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    Horsham District Football Netball League has received $7500 courtesy of a State Government program designed to help regional sporting leagues and associations ride out the COVID-19 pandemic.

Money for sport leagues

Community sport across the region has had a financial boost, courtesy of a State Government program designed to help regional sporting leagues and associations ride out the COVID-19 pandemic.

Labor Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford has announced a variety of grants for Wimmera sporting organisations from the associations and leagues tier of a Community Sport Sector COVID-19 Short-term Survival Package.

This cash injection will help the leagues and associations to help meet costs to ensure they can remain operationally viable and provide a valuable boost for their clubs and membership. 

Wimmera Football League, $7500, Horsham District Football Netball League $7500, Wimmera Australian Football Commission $900, Horsham City Netball Association $5625, and Wimmera Hockey Association $7500 are recipients of grant money.



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The allocation follows several $1000 grants to clubs across the region.

The Community Sport Sector COVID-19 Short-term Survival Package is rolling out grants in four categories: Up to $350,000 for large state sporting associations; up to $200,000 to smaller state sporting associations, regional sports assemblies and academies and other state sport and recreational bodies; up to $15,000 for associations and leagues; and grants of $1000 for individual clubs. 

The entire July 29, 2020 edition of The Weekly Advertiser is available online. READ IT HERE!

The entire July 29, 2020 edition of AgLife is available online. READ IT HERE!