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Community groups and clubs development

Incorporation

When a group incorporates, it becomes a legal entity in its own right which is able to do things in its own name.

Visit the DSR website for more information about incorporation.


Constitutions

The constitution is a basic set of rules for the daily running of your club.

For more information on how to develop a constitution, visit the DSR website.


Volunteer Management

The City hosts regular free Volunteer management workshops.


Community Sponsorship program

The City of Gosnells supports individuals and community groups with sponsorship through its Community Sponsorship Program. Sponsorship is offered across various categories and supports community events, programs, minor capital works, training and development, history and heritage, equipment and NAIDOC Week activities.


Kid Sport

KidSport makes it possible for children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. KidSport allows eligible youth aged 5 - 18 years to apply for financial assistance to contribute towards club fees.


How to start a new club

To learn how to get a new club started, here are a series of handy resource booklets and checklists to get you started.


Roles within the club

To find out who does what, when and how - visit the DSR website.


Multicultural Female Uniform guide

Women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds will now be able to participate in sport more easily, with the release of an Australian-first multicultural uniform guide. Click here for more information.

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