Pax Hill Tennis Club Inc

Acknowledgments

Our Club has been very successful with winning Grants over the years with the current committee working hard to achieve our dreams  and visions to keep Pax Hill Tennis Club a viable, vibrant and community focussed club going into the future.

Being a not for profit club that is administered by volunteers being successful with grant submissions assists our club with many aspects;

  • to thrive and maintain current facilities;
  • to improve and upgrade fences, court surfaces and worn out amenities;
  • to provide players and members with bonuses for being a part of our club, keeping our club alive and vibrant;
  • to assist the volunteers that work hard to make our club great.

During the past 6 years we have worked tirelessly to improve our club and facilities and we dedicate this page acknowledging the organisations and government departments that have assisted us financially along the way.

Department of Health and Human Services $3720 – Coaching grants – Junior Development Coaching Course funding – 2017
Latrobe City Council $500 – Funding coaching sessions for our All Abilities Group (people with disabilities) – 2015
Latrobe City Council $5000 – Assisting us upgrade our fencing with the 2014/15 Community Grants Program
Latrobe City Council $5000 – Stage 2 upgrade our fencing with the 2015/16 Community Grants Program
Vic Health $2767 – Granting us funds in the Active Clubs Grant to replace nets, balls and uniforms – 2016
Department of Social Services $3630 – Volunteer Grants; giving us funds to purchase equipment to make it easier for our volunteers to maintain our grounds, courts and facility – 2016
Department of Health and Human Services $1000 – 2016 Sporting Club Grants Program; allowing us to provide uniforms to our kids at not charge.
Federal Government and Darren Chester $15,000 – Supporting us with resurfacing 2 of our 4 courts with the Stronger Communities Program Round 2 – 2016
Tennis Cares (Tennis Aust) $2280 – Supporting our All Abilities Group with balls, racquets, access and uniforms – 2016
Latrobe City Council $5000 – Final grant to finish replacing fencing – 2016/2017 MCW
Department of Social Services $3517.98 – Volunteer Grants; giving us funds to purchase equipment to make it easier for our volunteers to maintain our grounds, courts and facility – 2017
Minister for Health $13,710 – Community Shade Grants Round 2 – 2017
Latrobe City Council $1000 – Disability Access Grant Program – 2018
Latrobe City Council $3644.50 – Grant to install bench seats under shade shelters – 2017/2018 MCW
Latrobe City Council $4900.00 – Disability Access Part 2 – 2018/2019 MCW

We thank all of you for your support.