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City of Whittlesea encourages women and girls to play sport
The City of Whittlesea, located in the outer northern suburbs of Melbourne, advise that their Female Inclusion in Sport Grants are now open with grants of up to $3000 available to help clubs develop projects that promote and encourage equal participation of women and girls in sport, including as players, coaches, umpires and on committees.
Ideas that will be considered could include:
- Free skills program for women and/or girls
- Female coaching development
- Establishing women’s and girl’s programs
- Establishment of social sports programs for women (SoccerMums, Rock up Netball, Social Sixes)
- Club based Gender Equity Workshops
- Come and try days
- Teen girl specific programs (high rates of drop out so could also focus on retention)
- Player development
- Capacity building for Female Committee Members (current or potential)
- Development of skills for women and girls in the areas of officiating, coaching, sport leadership.
- Any programs that lead to increased participation in sport on and off the field by women and girls
The grant program is now open until 8pm on Friday 13th November 2020.
Read the application details and grant guidelines online.
Image courtesy of Rock up Netball
24th August 2020 - Victoria University announces inaugural Women in Sport Scholarships
18th August 2019 - Recipients announced for Tasmania’s Women in Sport Coaching Scholarship
7th March 2019 - SportAccord event to focus on women in sport
2nd June 2016 - Rock Up Netball offers social and healthy sport participation
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