Funds are available for any charitable purpose that helps to provide coaching education and development possibilities or promotes health benefits through participation in hockey.
Provides coaching education opportunities.
Promoting health through participation in hockey.
Educating the public through participation in hockey and/or about the health benefits of hockey.
Providing programmes to assist players, coaches, umpires and administrators.
Establishing scholarships/grants for those participating in hockey from grass roots to elite level.
Assisting with improved facilities that will be available to the whole community.
Applicants must show that the facility is a multi-purpose recreational use facility and the social impact of the facility.
Providing equipment and other forms of support to encourage participation in hockey.
Grants can be for anything deemed to fit within the aforementioned criteria. Examples of approved costs can include, but not exclusively:
Coaching and umpiring courses/programmes
Small Sticks programmes
Training and development programme costs
Tournament participation costs
Facility development/improvement costs