Congratulations to Surrey Park Football Club, the November Noel Jones Community Support Program grant recipient. Surrey Park Football Club was founded in 1995, when the Surrey Hills and East Camberwell Football Clubs came together as one. Prior to coming together both Surrey Hills and East Camberwell had proud and rich histories with origins stretching way back to 1887 when the Surrey Hills Football Club was first founded.
Surrey Park strives to foster a sense of belonging for all who engage with the Club. The club is focused on building an inclusive and successful community-based football club that concentrates on team success through encouraging personal development and achievement. The Club is built on community spirit and exists only due to the dedication, enthusiasm and support of volunteers, local businesses and sponsors. Noel Jones is honoured to contribute to such a great club whose ethos and commitment to community aligns with our own.
Noel Jones Community Support Program
The Noel Jones Community Support Program supports three main groups in our communities:
• Charity Groups and Events
• Junior Sports Stars and Clubs
• Schools and Kinders
Each month one grant of $1000 is awarded with each monthly recipient going into the draw for a further yearly grant of $5000.
A percentage of each sale made through the Noel Jones network is apportioned to Noel Jones CSP to support our local communities.
How to apply for a grant
If your organisation or event falls within our support categories you may apply for a Noel Jones CSP grant. Applicants can apply once per financial quarter, (and will need to reapply each quarter to be reconsidered for the next round of grants) with nominations being judged on the following criteria:
– Groups and organisations that aim to support and strengthen our local communities
– Groups and organisations that are in close proximity to the Noel Jones network
– Groups and organisations that provide opportunities for Noel Jones staff to participate and volunteer
To learn more about the Noel Jones Community Support Program visit