Published on May 1, 2020 5:00 pm

Love Your Club Hub

AFL Victoria is continuing to work with our partners to deliver a range of competition, fundraising and grant opportunities to benefit your club and support you through these uncertain times.

As part of this, we are calling on Victorians to share their stories about your community football clubs and to utilising the programs below to stay engaged and raise funds to have your club ready for the return of footy!

Stay up to date and get in touch via Facebook to tell us about your community clubs’ story.

 

Worksafe Country Club Challenge

The #CountryClubChallenge is the chance for you to get behind your club off the field or court by having your players and supporters take on different challenges each week
We want to see you post videos and photos of how your players and fans are staying engaged with your club and community using #CountryClubChallenge.

Worksafe Country Safety Fund 

In a time where safety is paramount, we need to look after our country footy communities and help ensure a safe environment once we’re back.

WorkSafe is committed to helping country football be safe. Through the past 18 years, WorkSafe has helped over 300 Football Clubs with funding and assistance and we’ll continue to support local clubs through the WorkSafe Club Safety Fund.

The Club Safety Fund provides financial assistance to rural football clubs to improve the safety of their grounds, or provide added security for players, those involved and spectators.

Apply Now: https://aflvic.smartygrants.com.au/CSF2020Rd1

Stay Together to win $5,000 for your club

AFL Victoria has teamed up with 1116 SEN and the TAC to support local football and netball clubs during these times, offering four weekly $5,000 club cash prizes to clubs who show us how you’re staying healthy, connected and ready for when we’re back playing.

We believe that when we all work together, any goal is possible, from getting back on the field, to reaching zero deaths and serious injuries on the roads.

How to enter?

Simply nominate your club by heading to icanwin.com.au here & uploading a 60-second video explaining how your club is staying connected and motivated during this time. The more creative, the better!

 

Toyota Good For Footy Raffle

During these unprecedented times supporters, players and volunteers are missing footy more than ever, and more importantly missing their clubs.

The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle is an amazing opportunity to raise much-needed funds for your club so that when football is back, so is your club. Tag your Club, and register today to start raising funds for the club that supports you!
Click here for more info bit.ly/ToyotaGFFRaffle

Toyota Club Help Platform

Community football club volunteers across Australia will have unprecedented access to a range of contemporary resources, with a new online platform which has been developed to support community football personnel and volunteers by providing best-practice templates and resources for running a club successfully.

Online resources include strategies on club planning, volunteer management, financial management, club promotion and community football policies.

Head to the Toyota Club Help Platform Here: https://www.afl.com.au/clubhelp

 

Energy Safe Victoria Safer Canteen Grants

The Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) Safer Canteen Grant program is back for a third year in 2020 and will continue to support clubs to be more energy safe in their operations and increase awareness of energy safety issues at the community level.

Clubs are eligible to receive up to $1,000 to replace old or faulty electrical or gas appliances in their canteen, with applications opening on June 4th.

Stay tuned for more details!

 

Supporting community football and the football community from Mildura to Morwell, Mooroopna to Maribyrnong, and everywhere in between.

 

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