Community Partners

Over the past 15 years, Club Central Hurstville has proudly given more than $5million in support of local community organisations, charities and not-for-profits through the ClubGRANTS program. Funding can be provided as cash donations, an ‘in-kind’ donation or in the form of complimentary room hire.

2018 Category 1 ClubGRANTS recipients

In August 2018, Club Central Hurstville provided valuable support to these organisations with donations totalling more than $599,000 for projects to be completed in 2018/19.

Category 2 ClubGRANTS recipients

A huge range of groups across the Hurstville and Menai areas have benefitted from ClubGRANTS donations and sponsorships. See a full list here.

Are We Eligible For ClubGRANTS?

If you’re a not-for-profit or registered charity servicing the St George District, you could be eligible for ClubsGRANT funding from Club Central Hurstville. Potential applicants should read the ClubsNSW ClubGRANTS Application Guidelines to determine whether they are eligible for ClubGRANTS funding. Further information is also available on how to apply for a ClubGRANT.

Background on ClubGRANTS

The ClubGRANTS scheme (formerly Community Development Support Expenditure or CDSE) was introduced in 1998 by the NSW Government and allows clubs to claim a tax deduction of up to 2.25% on gaming machine revenue over $1 million for monies spent on community support.

The program specifically recognises the valuable role played by registered clubs in their local communities and provides the NSW Government with an effective method of rewarding clubs for the support they provide to these communities.

Clubs that earn over $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue provide funding for community projects and services, and in turn receive dollar-for-dollar gaming tax deductions. In 2010, clubs reported ClubGRANTS (formerly CDSE) expenditure of over $63 million across New South Wales. ClubGRANTS clubs provided $66.2 million in ClubGRANTS funds in the 2010-2011 gaming machine year (1 Sept 2010 to 31 August 2011) and were entitled to claim a rebate for $40.4 million of those funds.