ATC FOUNDATION CALLS FOR SIXTH ROUND OF GRANT APPLICATIONS
November 30, 2022
The Australian Turf Club Foundation has called for applications for a sixth round of grants to be directed to registered charities and racing industry bodies.
Project-related grants of up to $150,000 will be considered for Local Government Areas around the Club’s racecourses, as well as racing industry causes across NSW.
ATC Foundation funds are raised through the sale of merchandise including official Everest pins, Golden Eagle pins, on-course fundraising and saddle cloth auctions, as well as donations from ATC Members and the public.
More than $1 million has already been raised and distributed by the ATC Foundation to charities and racing participants across NSW, including communities around the Club’s racecourses, since 2018.
All grant recipients must submit the following as part of the grant process:
- Confirmation of registered charity with DGR Item 1 and TCC status.
- Have an active Australian Business Number (ABN).
- Provide Total Revenue at the end of last financial year and provide financial report for verification.
- If/which ATC geographic destination does the charity service? (Randwick, Parramatta, Liverpool and Canterbury/ Bankstown
- All other criteria as outlined in the application form.
ATC Foundation Chair Angela Belle McSweeney said: “Our Club through the generosity of our Members and customers is proud to help so many causes right across NSW.
“We urge as many organisations as possible to apply so we can again quickly disperse funds.’’
Applications close on Friday, December 23, 2022 at 5pm.
Click here to submit your grant application.
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