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National Funding Programs | Community Grants - Tennis Australia

Grants of up to $5000 for individuals and $10,000 for organisations, and scholarships of up to $10,000 per annum are available. Grants and scholarships are available in the following categories: coaching. officiating. governance.

Funding and Facilities | Clubs | Tennis Australia

A tennis court complex, be it residential, business or local club, involves a significant investment of time, effort and finances. Naturally, everyone involved wants the best return on these investments. It is essential that any facility development is planned, implemented and managed effectively ...

Prime Minister announces $12 million investment into tennis ...

Prime Minister announces $12 million investment into tennis for women and girls. Federal Government invests $12 million to increase the opportunities for women and girls in tennis. Melbourne VIC, Australia, 22 January 2019 | tennis.com.au. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison joined Tennis Australia President & Chair Jayne Hrdlicka and CEO Craig Tiley to announce a new four-year initiative aimed at increasing the opportunities for women and girls in tennis.

Why is Tennis Australia receiving millions in government grants?

And it’s roughly the same every year — Tennis Australia has received between roughly $4 million and $5.5 million in government grants totaling $48,973,782 since 2008. This figure is dwarfed by ...

Australian Open 2021 | Tennis Australia gets $4.5 million in ...

Tennis Australia became eligible for payments from the Federal Government’s JobKeeper program due to a reduction of revenue caused by this year's lockdown measures across Australia.

Additional Resources | COVID-19 | Play | Tennis Australia

Summary of Australian Government Funding Initiatives. Information on how to access Government support if you or your business has been affected by COVID-19. Download.

Tennis Australia needs five years to recover from pandemic

Tennis Australia (TA) expects to exhaust most of its A$80 million ($59.01 million) reserves to maintain funding to the sport as it deals with significant costs in staging the Australian Open ...

NSO Investment | Sport Australia

In 2021-22, Sport Australia will distribute a total of $17.26 million in Core Participation Funding to NSOs and NSODs, in accordance with the Core Participation Investment Guidelines.