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The Murwillumbah Services Club is proud to support our local community. We contribute funds to organisations who provide a community service and promote core community values such as health, education, safety, children and town prosperity. The new ClubGRANTS scheme is set to benefit community groups, sports and charities across NSW, with an extra $90 million in community grants to be donated by clubs over the next four years.

The State Government’s recent changes to the ClubGRANTS scheme means clubs can provide more funding to a wider range of groups and charities, many of which would struggle to exist without the support of their local clubs.

Paralympic multiple gold medal winner Ben Austin OAM has been appointed as the inaugural ClubGRANTS ambassador.

“The financial support of ClubsNSW and Mounties helped immensely with my preparation in the lead up to the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth games and played a big part in helping me bring home gold for Australia,” Ben said. “That’s why I am proud to be a ClubGRANTS ambassador, and why I am confident that the initiative will allow an even bigger contribution to the wider community of NSW.”

The key elements of ClubGRANTS are:

   · increase club contributions for community development and support expenditure from the previous 1.5 per cent to 2.25 per cent of gaming machine revenue over $1 million

   · 0.4 per cent of clubs’ community contributions will now be paid into a new ClubGRANTS Fund to develop large-scale sport, health and community infrastructure projects.

   · enable funds to be used for clubs’ core activities such as RSL and veterans’ welfare, golf course and bowling green maintenance and professional sport (but not player salaries).

 ClubGRANTS, formerly known as Community Development Support Expenditure (CDSE), was officially established by the NSW Government in the Gaming Machine Tax Amendment Act 2011.

 If you are part of a community minded group in need of funding the Murwillumbah Services Club may be able to help you through ClubGRANTS. This scheme is administrated by ClubsNSW but coordinated in our area by a local committee at the Tweed Shire Council. For more information please visit the Tweed Club Grants page:




The Board of Directors at the Murwillumbah Services Club have voted to make monies available for “Not-for-Profit” entities of Murwillumbah that were adversely affected by floods as a result of cyclone Debbie.

The monies will be made available through ClubGRANTS Category 2 funding and will be for any amount up to $2000.

“Not-for-Profit” entities from the 2484 postcode wishing to submit an application for funding can download the form from the club’s website, (www.msmc.org.au) or pick one up from club reception. Individuals will not be considered.

Applications closing date is Wednesday, 31st May, 2017. 

Download the Application Form for this funding:  Flood Funding 2017 - Category 2


For more information regarding community funding projects please contact us or Clubs NSW for more information.