Exciting new announcement soon!!!
Gambling Community Fund
2019 Round 103 SUCCESS!
The Beaudesert & District Tennis Association was advised earlier this year that they were successful in obtaining $35,000.00 in the Round 103 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund Grant!
This is a very exciting achievement for our club helping to fund our long time plan of the the removal of our two far courts and construction of two new courts.
With the growth of our club members, fixture players, coaching, partnerships with local schools, court hire from community, and increase in social tennis including Beaudesert U3a, Scenic Rim social tennis this couldn’t be happening at a better time for the Tennis club.
Our plan for these courts include hard court surface to complement our 4 synthetic grass courts which will benefit our players tremendously as they have a variety of surfaces to help improve their game, a hitting wall which will benefit those who want to play solo, LED lights, and the Tennis Australia “Book a court” system that provides players, members and community an online portal to book, pay and a unique access code to make daytime & night court hire easy & quick.
We want to thank the Gambling Community Benefit fund, Jon Krause MP for your support, our sponsors Scenic Rim Discount Drug Store QM Properties, Tennis Queensland, Scenic Rim council and of course our committee, members & community for all their help to get this project up and going.
2019 Round 1 SUCCESS!
Active Clubs provides funding of up to $2,000 for equipment and training to local and regional sport and active recreation organisations delivering physical activity throughout Queensland.
As the Beaudesert & District Tennis Association grows we have been able to increase the number of tournaments being held at the club. To be able to continue growth and provide tournaments that are run at ease the committee put into action "Tournament Tech" Project to raise funds to obtain a laptop, display screen & printer for tournament software and provide an easy view of draws & schedules for tournament players. With our success in this grant we have been able to complete this project thanks to Queensland government.
THANKS HERITAGE BANK
& TENNIS QUEENSLAND
2017 Heritage Bank Grant SUCCESS!
A funding pool of $25,000 was available for eligible clubs between the amounts of $500 and $2,000. This funding was proudly offered by Heritage Bank, who partnered with Tennis Queensland to help build a sustainable tennis community across Queensland.
Projects eligible in the 2017 grant program aimed at attracting new players and servicing the greater community. This year, preference was given to initiatives that focused on increasing community engagement and aid sustainability of the club in the longer term. Beaudesert & District Tennis Associations “Tennis Support, Grow & FUN for families, kids and community project” which will provide the community with a family friendly, welcoming, affordable friendly environment that suits all families and young and old, and all tennis abilities.
Was successful and funding was approved for ANZ HotShot nets, balls, drop lines, racquets, and advertising banner which cost a total of $1137 with the grant covering $540, which was amazing.