Donations & Grants

Campbelltown Catholic Club has a proud history of doing everything we can to support our community.

Our Donations and Grants Programs provide assistance and recognition of the achievements of people in our region, and encourage each of us to do better for the greater good. We bring our unique experience, expertise and care to the table, so that together we can make lives better for the people around us.

Junior Sports Hot Shots

Campbelltown Catholic Club’s ‘Junior Sports Hot Shot’ Program is designed to recognise and encourage aspiring young sports stars and to assist parents with financial support at a grassroots level. Every month we award $500 to our Junior Sports Hot Shot. Simply send us the sporting story in 250 words or less. Nominators can be parents, family members, coaches etc with an active Campbelltown Catholic Club membership. We want to acknowledge positive stories from our community in all shapes and sizes. The sporting story could be one of achievement, and he or she could snare the first-place ribbon from a pool of talented competitors. It could also be a story of participation, of training hard and coming in tenth with a ‘personal best’. Or, it could be a quirky sporting tale, which showcases the values and principles we hold dear in our community.

  • Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • Maximum 250 words
  • Conditions of entry
    • Junior Sports Hot Shot nominee must live in Macarthur.
    • Must be nominated by a member of Campbelltown Catholic Club. Nominations can be made by a parent, coach, etc.
    • Sports Hot Shot must be 21 years of age or younger.
    • Management’s decision shall be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Teacher Education Scholarship Program

We are passionate about education. We do everything we can to remove the barriers to education, allowing anyone to access it, regardless of their personal circumstances or background.  Each year the club offers six $2,000 scholarships to HSC students from schools in our region who want to study teaching at a tertiary level at the Australian Catholic University or the University of Notre Dame.  For more information contact the club on (02) 4625 0000 or speak to your school Principal.

Financial Assistance for Sporting Achievements

To support local sporting excellence, Campbelltown Catholic Club provides financial support for members of our community who are competing at a national or international level.  Applicants need to complete a Financial Assistance for Sporting Achievement form and provide a letter of request addressed to the CEO of Campbelltown Catholic Club. They must also be members of our supported sports and social clubs. The information provided will then be sent to the board of directors for assessment and the applicant will be notified of the result.

  • Maximum 250 words
  • Conditions of entry
    • All payments are at the discretion of the board.
    • Successful applicants are required to make themselves available for editorial comment in Superstar or other Club publication.
    • Successful applicants are expected to make themselves available for presentations etc at their relevant club function.
    • No applications will be processed without confirmation of current or previous affiliation with a Catholic Club Sports Club. Please see the Club website for details of your current club contact.


Clubs offer significant and enduring financial support to the wellbeing of their communities. ClubGRANTS is a state-wide program which provides funding for community groups, charities and sporting teams, in order to strengthen their involvement in their local regions. At Campbelltown Catholic Club, it is our mission to make the lives of everyone in our community better through shared experiences. We believe we can change the community for good by leveraging our local knowledge and networks for the benefit of the local community. As such, Campbelltown City Council and Sector Connect are responsible for overseeing the administration of ClubGRANTS in Campbelltown.

Max Potential

Campbelltown Catholic Club also facilitates the Max Potential Program.  This program empowers young people to reach their full potential through leadership training, by teaching coaching skills and providing an insight into personal leadership principles which can be applied in their own lives.  For more information, please call Dee Raquel Joma on 0419 249 241 or email