TAC Club Rewards Program

The TAC Club Rewards Program is back for 2024, giving grassroots football and netball clubs the opportunity to earn a share in $600,000 in funding by participating in the mission to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our roads.

As part of the program, all AFL Victoria-aligned clubs across regional Victoria and in the metropolitan leagues can take part and earn up to $10,000 in funding by promoting road safety in their community. This year we're tackling speeding driving.

Applications are now open for 2024.

Read the list of recipients for the 2023 Rewards Program here.

TAC Club Reward Program FAQs

What is the TAC Club Rewards Program?

The TAC Club Rewards program is for community football and netball clubs and encourages clubs to help us eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our roads. It takes all of us to make this happen and each club can play its role. This year we're tackling speeding. A share of $600,000 is available with each club eligible for up to $10,000 worth of funding.

AFL Victoria has more information on the TAC Club Rewards Program.

How does it work?

Each club can be awarded up to $10,000 for the 2024 season. Applications are now open and will close on 25 August 2024. A team of road safety experts and personnel from AFL Victoria and TAC will review your application and determine the successful clubs to receive the reward.

What do you need to do?

To apply for a grant, you must upload and submit an application via the SmartyGrants platform by the closing date. Using the Club Rewards Criteria booklet, clubs must show evidence of their participation in the following 5 criteria:

  1. How well did the club put in place initiatives to raise awareness of the TAC’s priority message for 2024: Speeding?
  2. How well did the club amplify and support other TAC road safety campaigns and key messages in the following five areas: Drink Driving, Drowsy Driving, Distractions, Vehicle Safety, Young Drivers?
  3. What initiatives did the club have in place to discourage participants from drink / drug driving at their club matches and events?
  4. How well did the club promote and engage their community to participate in Road Safety Round and the Late-Lap-a-thon campaign?
  5. Did a high percentage of club members complete the TAC’s 2024 road safety surveys?

Applications open 30 May and close 25 August 2024.