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 ClubGRANTS scheme is one Australia’s largest grant programs that benefits not-for-profit community groups, sporting organisations and charities across NSW, with more than $100 million in community grants to be donated by Registered Clubs.


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.



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 about Club Grants and how to apply, please visit:


ClubGRANTS Category One, Round Two (01/01/23 – 30/06/23)


Intercept – Tweed youths training



The club recently helped out in an Intercept Training program for Tweed youths, freely offering our facilities and catering for several of the training sessions held here. Not to mention $4,000 in cash to assist in the payment of the facilitators.


The program is run by NSW Police Tweed Byron Youth Liason Officer, Constable Mark Harrison, and is aimed at providing practical life training for kids.


Some of the informaton sessions they took part in included Drug, Alcohol, Sexual Assault and Healthy Relationships learning. They also received Barista and First Aid training, got to experience a Crash Scenario with Fire and Ambulance information, and learnt about Resumes, Business and Job interviews.


The participating students were from Murwillumbah and Wollumbin High Schools and their graduation night was held here at the club on Wednesday evening. As a reward for all their hard work, Mark suprised the students by picking them up in a 24 seat stretch Hummer.


Well done everyone.

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




This year the Murwillumbah Services Club has proudly donated $62,631.00 to our community through the Club GRANTS program.


Click here to see the latest grant recipients