Community Support

Campbelltown Catholic Club has a proud history of supporting Catholic Education, Sport and Culture in the Macarthur Community.


In 2017/18 Campbelltown Catholic Club, through the support of its Members, donated $1,425,824 towards the financial support of Catholic Education, Sport and Culture within the Macarthur area.

Some of the beneficiaries during the year have included:
Catholic Care$310,000
Catholic Schools$325,000
Diocesan Activities$134,486
Internal Sports Clubs & School Sporting Associations$85,500
Mater Dei$28,656
Youth Solutions$50,700
Lifeline Macarthur$50,000
Kids of Macarthur Health Foundation$20,000
Youth Off The Streets$10,000
Other Local Charities$411,482

This brings the Club's total donations in excess of $29.3 million which is a significant contribution to our local area and an achievement which our Members should be extremely proud of.


ClubGRANTS (formally CDSE) is a state wide initiative that recognises the significant financial support for projects and services local Clubs make in contributing to the wellbeing of their communities. 

The ClubGRANTS round provides the opportunity for local projects to apply for funding from Campbelltown Clubs under the scheme. Campbelltown City Council and Sector Connect are responsible for overseeing the administration of ClubGRANTS in Campbelltown.

2019 ClubGrants - Information Session 

Thursday the 21 March at 5pm promptly
at Campbelltown Catholic Club

Click here for more information

2019 Funding Round
The funding round will be open from 25 March - 3 May 2019


Individual Support

Teacher Education Scholarship Program

We are passionate about the value of Education. Each year the Club will be offering five scholarships to the value of $2,000 to HSC students from John Therry Catholic High School, Magdalene Catholic High School, Mount Carmel Catholic High School, St Gregory's College or St Patrick's College, wishing to study Teacher Education at a tertiary level at either Australian Catholic University or The University of Notre Dame.

For more information please contact the Club on 4625 0000 or click here to view our 2018 Education Scholarship Information Pack.

Financial Assistance for Sporting Achievement

In support of local sporting achievements, Campbelltown Catholic Club provides financial assistance to individuals representing their sport at a national or international level.

Applications will need to complete a "Financial Assistance for Sporting Achievement" form, and provide a letter of request addressed to the CEO of Campbelltown Catholic Club. Please note that applicants need to be a member of our supported sports and social clubs. The information provided will then be sent to the board of directors for assessment and the applicant notified of the result.

Internal Clubs - Financial Grants Application

Financial Grants for Internal Clubs are based on an annual submission process. Submissions are due each year by 15 May for the following financial year and need to be submitted electronically using the form below to be considered by the Board.

Click here to download the Internal Clubs Financial Grants Application Form

Please note you will need to have the latest version of Adobe Reader to complete this form. This is a free product and can be downloaded from

Max Potential

Max Potential is a program that empowers young people through leadership coaching, where you, as a volunteer community coach, can learn coaching skills and ten personal leadership principles, and apply them in the program and in your personal and professional life. For more information, please call Dee Raquel Joma on 0419 249 241, email OR CLICK HERE to read about recruitment for 2018.