ASF Newsletter April 2013
19 Apr 2013
The April 2013 edition of the ASF Newsletter is now available featuring case studies of projects registered by National Sporting Organisations.
Supporting your affiliates
19 Apr 2013
National, state and regional sporting organisations that represent the interests of affiliated clubs can support their sporting initiatives by circulating copies of the new ASF flier Raising Money for Sport with the ASF Sport Incentive Program.
Who can donate to the ASF?
19 Apr 2013
Donations to the Australian Sports Foundation can be made by individuals and businesses. Donors contribute for a variety of reasons with donors finding tax deductibility very attractive
January 2012 ASF Newsletter
19 Nov 2012
The January 2012 edition of the ASF Newsletter is now available featuring case studies of projects in the Hamilton area of Victoria who have been supported by a local philanthropist.
As at 31 March 2012, 579 projects were registered with the ASF to assist with their fundraising for sport related projects. 315 of these projects are registered by local sports clubs and associations often run by volunteer committees.
Frequently asked question - new clubhouse
19 Sep 2011
My club would like to register a project with the ASF to renovate our clubhouse. Plans include change rooms and toilets, gym, storage areas, kitchen, dining and bar. What can be included in the project with the ASF?
December 2010 ASF Newsletter
18 Jan 2011
The Summer 2010/2011 edition of the ASF newsletter is now available, featuring case studies on projects registered around Australia
Our Sporting Future 2010
13 Jul 2010
The ASF will be in attendance at the Our Sporting Future forum being held 28 - 30 July 2010 at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre. If your organisation currently has an ASF project registered or is considering project registration and will be attending the conference look out for the ASF stand.
December 2009 ASF Newsletter
19 Jan 2010
The December 2009 edition of the ASF newsletter is now available featuring case studies of sport related projects registered by not-for-profit organisations such as Foundations.
08 Dec 2009
The General Manager and ASF team would like to thank project organisations for their efforts throughout 2009 in developing Australian sport through sport related projects.
April 2009 ASF Newsletter
18 Jun 2009
The April 2009 ASF newsletter provides the latest ASF information including an analysis of current ASF projects and new project approvals
Stakeholder survey outcomes
12 Jan 2009
The stakeholder survey recently conducted by the ASF saw one in four registered project organisations randomly selected with all states and territories, project and organisation types being covered.
June 2008 ASF Newsletter
03 Dec 2008
The June 2008 ASF Newsletter provides a wealth of information including a case study of The Australian Open Skiff Trust and a snapshot of Sport Development type projects from around the states
'Active 08' Industry Conference
12 Nov 2008
The Australian Sports Foundation will be attending the 'Active 08' Industry Conference in Western Australia on the 27th & 28th of November 2008. If you are a current ASF project contact and will be attending the conference look out for the ASF stand.
‘Being able to offer our members a tax deduction for their support of our Water Project made
the process of facilitating contributions that much easier. In the end with help of the ASF we
were able to exceed our fundraising objectives.
Andrew David, GM, Sorrento Golf Club, Victoria’
Did you know?
Individuals and businesses can make tax deductible donations to the ASF
The ASF can receive distributions from Ancillary Funds
$220million has been made in donations to the ASF since its establishment in 1986
$15.4million has been made in grants since 1 July 2012