The Road Safety Community Grant Program supports the development and implementation of sustainable projects and one-off community activities related to road safety.
Event Grants encourage community groups to participate and include road safety activities within their event.
Project Grants are made available to groups to implement road safety projects.
The STRIVE Program is a tiered system where clubs challenge themselves to complete each level for rewards and prizes.
Challenge yourself and STRIVE to be the best club of 2020.
The Clubs WA Industry Awards for Excellence recognise the outstanding individual and collective achievements of Western Australia community clubs and reward best practice across the sector.
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By Nicole Chiam The way organisations, associations and clubs communicate with their customers, employees or members is no longer just a one-way street. It is a conversation like any other …Read more
Clubs WA’s industry courses are now available online. Committee and Board Compliance Developed by Clubs WA for Board/Committee members of WA Licensed and Community Clubs, this course is contextualised for …Read more
With more than 900 licensed community social and sporting clubs across WA, you're sure to find one who is looking for someone just like you!...Find out more
Sign up and become a part of your Industry Association, and get access to a range of services from training, special offers and much more...Find out more
Clubs WA offers a range of industry workshops in management, compliance and customer service.Find out more
24 February @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Clubs WA is holding a FREE regional meeting for the Central Country region of WA in Narrogin. View the Information …
Thank you to our amazing Partners, Supporters and Suppliers for helping to provide subsidised services as well as special benefits to Clubs WA's members - we couldn't do it without you. If you are interested in becoming a partner please contact us.