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Club Fundraising: Make Sure You Know How
Every club could do with some more cash….. But there are legal and illegal ways to fundraise. For instance, did you know that offering a cash prize in a raffle is not permitted*!? Make sure your club isn’t breaking the law and check the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation website when planning fundraising […]Read more.
Federation University OPEN DAY
Don’t forget! 🤔 Federation University Australia is holding their Open Day this Sunday! 📅 ✅ Come along and check out their range of study options. 🏆 Here at South West Sport, we are thankful to Federation University Australia for their continued support of the upcoming South West Games. 🥇🥈🥉 #FedUni #FedSWGames #SouthWestGames #AustralianSport #SWSRead more.
National Sports Convention
In July, South West Sport was fortunate enough to attend the National Sports Convention in Melbourne. With a diverse range of speakers, the event was well attended and plenty of discussion was had on the state of sport and physical activity. Some takeaways from the conference for us included; The perception that Australia is a […]Read more.
Gender Equity Checklist
The growth of sporting opportunities for women is undeniable. With sports such as AFL and cricket now having their women competitions broadcast on free-to-air, it is opportune for clubs to try and capitalise by growing their club. There are plenty of funding opportunities available to help with this (see VicHealth’s Active Club Grant as an […]Read more.
Cricket Victoria NCIC Talent ID Event – Coming to Warrnambool
In preparation for the National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) in January 2020; Cricket Victoria are hosting a Talent ID day in Warrnambool. 🏏 Cricketers with a disability are invited to attend the session, to showcase their talent and vie for positions in the following teams: • Victorian Men’s Deaf & Hard of Hearing Cricket Team• Victorian Women’s Deaf […]Read more.
Access for All Abilities Survey
Approximately 1 in 5 Victorians have a physical or cognitive disability. Compared to 79 per cent of all Victorians, only 24 per cent of people with disability participate in sport and physical activity. We are working with Sports Clubs and Associations to change that.If you, or someone you know would like to have their say […]Read more.