Newsletter Home / Recreation / Sporting clubs / Clubs Forever / Newsletter Page ContentAll clubs that register with Clubs Forever will receive a regular newsletter. News about your local sporting clubIf you would like to subscribe to the Clubs Forever newsletter click here.If you have any club news that you would like to appear in the next newsletter, please send it to email@example.com. Orientation to Sports Team ManagementThis program provides practical information about the role of the team manager in providing a safe, supportive and enjoyable sporting experience for the team, engendering the culture and history of the club or sport and the various aspects of being a good sport. The Level 1 Team Management Training program is the first of three levels and is targeted at people who have never managed a team before, with particular emphasis on the junior sport environment.It includes information about harassment-free sport, child protection and relationships with the coach, athletes, club officials and the parents as well as basic administrative duties of a team manager. Register for the workshop via the form or visit the website for more information.REGO Form - Orientation to Sports Team Management Free Healthy Clubs WorkshopThe Healthy Clubs workshop is a 2 hour workshop designed to support family-friendly clubs that encourage healthy lifestyles options and healthy environments. Learning topics include;'Fuel to Go, Go, Go' Healthier food and drink options. Healthy FundraisingHealthy BBQ's Sports NutritionAlcohol Awareness When: 17th September 2015Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pmWhere: Herb Graham Recreation Centre, 38 Ashbury Crescent, MirrabookaCost: FreeFood and refreshments will be provided Bookings essential, please return the registration form to Lia at firstname.lastname@example.org or post to 'Level 1/162 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup, WA, 6027'Healthy Clubs workshop flyerHealthy Clubs workshop registration Stronger Communities ProgrammeProgramme OverviewIn the 2015 Budget, the Australian Government announced the Stronger Communities Programme to fund small capital projects in local communities in each of the 150 Federal Electorates.The Stronger Communities Programme will deliver $45 million over two years commencing in 2015-16.Programme ObjectiveThe objective of the Stronger Communities Programme is to fund small capital projects which will deliver social benefits. The programme aims to improve local community participation, cohesion and contribute to vibrant and viable communities.Key AspectsFederal Members of Parliament (MPs) will establish a community consultation committee to undertake consultation in their electorate to identify eligible projects and invite applicants to apply.Local government and incorporated not-for-profit organisations are eligible to apply.Grants of between $5,000 and up to a maximum of $20,000 are available.Applicants are required to confirm matched funding in cash or in-kind on at least a dollar-for-dollar basis.Funding of $150,000 per electorate per year will be allocated for two years commencing 2015-16.Click here for more information on how to apply.