Club Grants

Community Groups in the Mudgee area have an opportunity to formally apply to our club for funding for various community-related projects. The funding is made available from profits generated by our club from gaming. The ClubGRANTS Scheme (formerly the CDSE Scheme) was established to formalise this funding process.

The ClubGRANTS Scheme was designed to ensure that larger registered clubs in NSW contribute to the provision of front-line services to their local communities; and to ensure that the disadvantaged in the community are better positioned to benefit from the substantial contributions made by those clubs.

There are two categories of ClubGRANTS available:

Category 1 funding is specifically for local projects and/or services that contribute to the welfare and broader social fabric of the local community and are aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people. These projects encompass Community Welfare & Social Services, Community Development, Community Health Services and Employment Assistance Activities.

Category 1 Application - Under $1000
Category 1 Application
Standard Funding Report
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Category 2 funding is generally for projects not listed or eligible for Category 1 funding such as Sport and Recreational Clubs, Cultural Activities – Visual/Performing Arts, Charity Fundraising, Medical Research and in-kind services such as Complimentary Room Hire, Fundraising Products and Prizes and Training Facilities for Elite Athletes.

Category 2 funding please send a letter with your request, outlining what you require assistance with and how much. It will go to the Club Grants monthly committee meeting for their recommendation to the monthly Board meeting for consideration. You will be notified in writing of the outcome after the monthly meetings.

Community groups are encouraged to apply for Category 1 or Category 2 funding by downloading and completing the relevant form and returning it to Club Mudgee, 99 Mortimer Street, Mudgee NSW 2850 or emailing directly to along with all supporting documentation. All applications are reviewed by the Club Grants committee with recommendations being put to the Board of Directors on a monthly basis and are either approved or rejected depending on their merits and the amount of funding available at the time.

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Damian Walsh

Program Manager
Max Potential Mudgee-Kandos-Gulgong
0421 618 912

Max Potential

Program Manager
Damian Walsh | M: 0421 618 912

Click here for more about the 2018 Max Potential Program

Max Potential is a dynamic person leadership coaching program bringing our local youths and adults together in a life-changing way. Over six months 13 local grade 10 students, from four different High Schools, are receiving both individual and group coaching sessions aimed at helping them discover their true potential, reach their own personal goals and become the kind of confident individuals they hope to be. As part of the program they also set their focus on caring for others but developing and implementing their own Community Service Projects. This means that 13 projects will happen this year to enhance our community under the leadership of these young people.

Club Mudgee has proudly sponsored this program for many years due to the tangible difference it makes in the lives of both the young people, their coaches and the community overall.