seagulls has a highly respected community support focus and is very proud to be heavily involved in the Tweed Coast community.
Through sponsorship and donations, seagulls supports the charity work, sporting activities and personal interests of thousands of members of the Tweed Coast community. Donations of money and sponsorship are made by seagullseach year to a variety of groups, the majority of which are locally based.
This support may take the form of sponsorship, cash donations, free use of room hire facilities, goods in kind or administration assistance. We exceed our regulatory obligations and charitable donations targets through our Community Support program.
seagulls is currently facilitating a youth leadership and community coach development program called Max Potential in the local Tweed area.
For further information about our governing regulations, please view the ClubGRANTS guidelines below.
Seagulls Club distributed $65,911 to a range of community groups and charities in the last year through the ClubGrants (formerly the Community Development and Support Expenditure Scheme or CDSE). Some of the groups who benefited include:
- Wommin Bay Villages
- Tweed Community Group Inc
- Cooly Rocks On Festival
- Tweed Heads / Tweed Coast Liquor Accord
- Tweed Valley Early Childhood Intervention Centre
- Motor Neurone Disease Association of NSW
- Tweed Valley Banana FESTIVAL
- Neighbourhood Watch Newsletters
- Max Potential
- Murwillumbah Friendship Club
- Generation City Care South
- Tweed Shire Youth Development Cabarita
- Tweed Valley Respite Service
- Story Dogs Inc
- Tweed Heads Seagulls Rugby League Football Club
ClubGRANTS (formerly known as CDSE) is 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. ClubGRANTS also facilitates contributions by larger
clubs towards infrastructure to support sporting, health and community activities.
For further details on ClubGrants including How to Apply, Guidelines and Funding Categories, please click here
Send Category 1 applications to:
Tweed Shire Council now accepts applications online. (click here for details)
2013 Category 1 application deadline: Coming Soon.
For more information contact:
Jenni Funari, Tweed Shire Council
Phone: (02) 6670 2591