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If brand new sports equipment could make a big
difference to your local Little Athletics centre, it’s time to apply for a grant from the Coles Little Athletics Community Fund.
Funds for the grants are
raised through the sale of specially marked chiller bags designed
by Aussie kids.
With every bag sold, Coles can help them stay
fit and healthy through our partnership with Little Athletics Australia.
Download the Guidelines
The first round of applications are now open and close at 5pm AEST Sunday 30th September. Application forms need to be emailed to email@example.com
Download the Application Form
Read below or download the FAQs here.
The Coles Little Athletics Community Fund (CLACF) is a grant scheme designed to distribute money to Little Athletics centres to improve the grassroots Little Athletics experience for volunteers, participants and families by supporting the purchase of sports and safety equipment.
The CLACF will be funded with ten percent (10%) of the retail sale price from every specially-marked Coles’ community bag with a LAA swing tag sold at Coles’ supermarkets between 5 June 2018 and 31 March 2019.
To be eligible to apply to the CLACF, an applicant must:
The maximum allocation per application is $5,000 and the minimum allocation per application is $1,000.
For each round of the CLACF, eligible centres can apply for ONE grant. If a centre applies for multiple grants in a round only the first application received will be reviewed.
Both successful and unsuccessful applicants are eligible to re-apply in future rounds. Unsuccessful applicants can re-submit their prior application or prepare a new application.
Applicants may only use funds from the CLACF for the following purposes:
Funds from the CLACF cannot be used for:
The CLACF will be overseen by a Panel, which will include two nominees from LAA and two nominees from Coles. Relevant Little Athletics State and Territory body representatives may be required for additional input from time to time.
The Panel will, at its discretion, assess applications to the CLACF in accordance with the criteria set out in the Guidelines.
Application forms for the CLACF are available at coles.com.au/littleathleticsfund. Application forms need to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications to the CLACF will only be accepted from those applicants that complete the official application form and are submitted by the date specified by the Panel that is listed on coles.com.au/littleathleticsfund.
Centres can source a valid quote from any trustworthy registered business. Below are some examples of companies who have existing relationships with affiliated States & Territories and/or Coles:
Centres are encouraged to seek further advice from their State/Territory body where relevant.
The key dates for each funding round, including opening and closing dates, will be announced throughout the year on coles.com.au/littleathleticsfund.
This will vary depending on the quality and quantity of applications as well as the total funds raised through the sale of specially marked Coles Community Bags in a particular period.
Applications will be reviewed by the Panel after the close of applications, with a decision on the successful applicants to be made within 30 days. Specific notification dates will be shared on coles.com.au/littleathleticsfund for each round.
Centres can purchase items once Coles has provided written approval through a letter of offer.
Centres that have been successful will be required to supply the following items to obtain their grant:
By submitting an application, each recipient agrees to provide Coles and LAA with a photograph that includes some of the purchased product arriving or in use at the centre as well as an explanation describing how they have spent their grant within three months of receiving the funds. Coles and LAA may reproduce the information in publications without any further reference or payment or other compensation to the entrant as described in the application form.
Visit the coles.com.au/littleathleticsfund to obtain the terms and conditions that are set out in the guidelines.
If your questions are not answered please contact email@example.com.