The TAB has been supporting the Sport and Recreation industry in WA for many years.
Most recently through the Community TAB brand, the TAB has been supporting the Integrated Football Program. The Integrated Football Program provides the opportunity for intellectually disabled men and women to play in football teams at mainstream amateur football clubs. The program also allows players to strive for an elite level of football by selecting a State Team to compete against other States in an Integrated carnival each year. Community TAB has proudly supported the State Team and individual teams in WA.
Every year the TAB invests a portion of sports wagering turnover back into community sports through the Sports Wagering Account with the Department of Sport and Recreation.
Over the past 10 years the TAB has provided more than $30million to the Department of Sport and Recreation to invest in community based programs across WA. The funding has supported everything from the Australian Commonwealth Games Teams Appeal through to local government sports development officers.
|Hockey WA - Tender for national league||Support for Hockey WA tender to host the Australian Hockey League (Men’s and Women’s) and Under 13 (Boys and Girls) Championships.|
|Royal Life Saving Society Western Australia Inc||Implementation of National Water Safety Strategy in WA.|
|WASF - Dispute resolution service||Dispute Resolution Service offers advice, referral, education and mediation to the sport and active recreation industry.|
|Organisational sustainability program – Industry Representative Organisations / Peak Bodies||The Organisational Sustainability program aims to enhance:
Capacity of organisations to provide a welcoming and safe environment in which to participate.
Expertise to support and enrich the culture of organisations in relation to their business development and growth.
Capacity and strength of the community in Western Australia through sport and recreation.
|Westcycle - Implementation of Mountain Bike Strategy||Implementation of recommendations within the WA State Mountain Bike Plan.|
|Community Participation Funding||Grants of up to $5,000 for initiatives which increase participation and target low participation groups, particularly Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD), Aboriginal groups and people with disability.|
|Club Development Officer Scheme||Partnership program with Local Government to support clubs, helping them to operate effectively and to increase participation in physical activity.|
|Koya Aboriginal Corp - Targeted participation/Targeted Participation Program - Competitive Round/Edmund Rice - Targeted Participation/Communicare - Targeted Participation/Wirrapunda - Targeted Participation||Targeted Participation provides funding for not for profit organisations to promote participation, active engagement and mental wellbeing for Western Australian communities in sport and active recreation. The focus is on evidenced based low participation groups.|
|Annual Grants Scheme||The Annual Grant Scheme supports State Sporting Associations with an opportunity to apply for funding to implement new project initiatives relevant to their strategic purpose and key priorities.|
|Sports Medicine - Drugs in Sport & Concussion Education and Injury prevention and management||Safer Sport Program, including Concussion in Sport – the provision of courses for all people involved or interested in sport with a distinct emphasis on gaining practical skills, such as sports injury prevention, immediate injury management and crisis management techniques, that can be used in a sporting environment. The
Concussion in Sport Education Program aims to provide education and resources to educate all stakeholders in community sport such as club administrators, coaches, parents, players and support personnel on the appropriate management of concussion.
WA Drugs in Sport Education Program the development and implementation of education programs and resources to enable sporting associations and clubs to successfully manage drugs in sport and safeguard the future of sport.
|Football West – Community Activation of the Matildas Game||
Football West, in partnership with Football Federation Australia, will conduct the Women’s Football national team, the Matildas, final training camp and exhibition match between the Matildas and Thailand and a series of community activities in Perth from 23 to 30 March 2018 to enhance the profile of the sport in Western Australia.
• Provide the Matildas national squad with an exhibition match in the lead up to the Asian Cup.
• Bring a high profile female sporting team to Perth for competition.
• Expose the Perth community to high performance women’s football.
• Use the high profile of the Matilda’s athletes to promote football and the benefits of participating in sport to girls and women.
• Engage the Perth community in football through delivery of activities involving the the Matildas.
• Improve the capacity of identified Perth based football volunteers in event management.
For enquiries please contact Corporate Social Responsibility Coordinator Kelly Meacock at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 9445 5276.