Holden Home Ground Advantage
Round 2 is now closed - Round 3 will open in October
Receive a Holden Home Ground Advantage cash grant of up to $100,000!
With multiple grants available– including the major $100,000 grant, and an additional $150,000 awarded to projects up to $10,000, Holden wants to hear how your club would benefit from some financial support. Whether your clubhouse needs a makeover, a resurfaced playing field or simply some new uniforms, Holden Home Ground Advantage supports both big and small projects.
Round one of the program saw the Maryborough Bears AFL club in Queensland awarded $100,000 to rebuild their change rooms, in addition to 18 other clubs who received smaller grants.
Holden Home Ground Advantage is a $5 million, 10 year program that provides grants to community-based sporting clubs across Australia. Twice a year, $250,000 of grants will be awarded, with one major grant going to a project worth up to $100,000 in value and the remaining funds awarded to projects of up to $10,000.
Applications for this current round close 31 August 2015. The application process is easy and on-line. Clubs wanting to apply should visit www.holden.com.au/homegroundadvantage
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