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Holden’s Home Ground Advantage grants program open for winter submissions

Holden has committed to helping grow grass roots sport.

Could your club do with a financial boost?

Be quick – There’s only one month to go until the winter round of Holden’s Home Ground Advantage program closes!

In 2014 Holden announced a $5 million commitment to support local sporting clubs across Australia over the next 10 years. Each year, a summer and winter round will award $250,000 worth of grants – and this could be you!

The program is open to all community sporting clubs including basketball!

Let us know what your club needs! Grants are awarded for uniforms, equipment and facility upgrades.

Applications for the current winter round close 31st August 2017 so jump online to to apply.

Inspired by the power of local communities, Holden started the Home Ground Advantage grants program – to help clubs improve facilities, purchase equipment and even develop exceptional talent.

To date, Holden has awarded over $1 million to almost 80 clubs across Australia, with $4 million still available over the next eight years.

During both the summer and winter rounds, Holden will award a total of $250,000 in grants. Sporting clubs can request any amount up to the full $250,000, but it would have to be a super-exceptional project to award all the funds to a single club.

All Home Ground Advantage applicants now have the opportunity to receive $5 vouchers to sell with 100 per cent of the proceeds going directly to your club.

To apply, visit the website using a desktop or laptop computer (you can’t apply on your mobile or tablet device). Click the ‘Apply now’ button via this link.
The application form can only be accessed while entries for that round are open.

Winter 2017 entries opened on 1st June 2017.

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