Councillor Nathan Hagarty addresses successful grant recipients at the 2017 ClubGRANTS Presentation Ceremony


The ClubGRANTS program has been delivering significant funding for clubs, organisations and community projects since 2001. Over this period more than $5 million has been donated to projects that work to improve the lives of Liverpool's most disadvantaged people.

Local Clubs participating in the Liverpool ClubGRANTS program are:
> Austral Bowling Club
> Brighton Lakes Recreation and Golf Club
> Club Liverpool
> Kemps Creek Sporting and Bowling Club
> Liverpool Catholic Club
> Moorebank Sports Club
> Mounties

Detailed information on the ClubGRANTS program is available from the ClubsNSW website on

How to Apply

Applications will open March 2018.

ClubsNSW has elected to cease using SmartyGrants from 2018. All applications for the ClubGRANTS Program must be made through the new ClubGRANTS Online System. Visit to register your organisation and make an application.

Guidelines for the ClubGRANTS Program

ClubGRANTS Online Application Guide

Council will be hosting an information session on Friday March 2. For more details and to register your attendance, contact Council's Community Development Worker (Funding and Support) on 9821 7789 or email

For Previous ClubGRANT Recipients

As ClubsNSW has elected to cease using SmartyGrants for the 2018 ClubGRANTS program, if you have previously received funding for a project you must follow the interim reporting process available here. Please ensure a copy of any reporting completed is sent to both the funding club (see above) and Liverpool Council via

If you do not have access to a copy of your 2017 application please contact the Community Development Worker (Funding and Support) at Liverpool City Council on 9821 7789 or email