Through the ClubGRANTS scheme, Wenty Leagues distributed a total of $321,019 in funding to support initiatives to help improve the quality of life for many individuals and groups in the community.

Be Unstoppable Foundation 

UNSTOPPABLE KIDS – Positive Mental Health Program for Big-Kids

UNSTOPPABLE KIDS is a 14-week program designed to help kids, aged 7 to 17, understand symptoms of ‘adverse mental health’ (stress, anxiety, depression). The program teaches coping strategies & plans to prevent the illness and cultivate mental strength and a positive mental health by learning resilience, confidence, self-awareness and communication skills, enabling them to harness their personal strengths, learn to set goals and more.


Learning Links

Education Support – Targeted Interventions for Students in Cumberland Struggling to Learn

A Learning Links Education Specialist will provide one-on-one and small group intensive interventions at Lidcombe Public School for students who are significantly behind their peers with their literacy and numeracy. Using tailored evidence-based interventions and teaching strategies, the project will provide specific support to children in the school’s community with learning difficulties and will upskill teachers to build support mechanisms into their teaching to better meet the needs of these children.


The Royal Life Saving Society NSW

CALD swimming and swim safety program Cumberland LGA

This project will engage approximately 200 adults from Multicultural backgrounds in a swim safety, swimming lessons program.


Hilltop Road Public School

Splash and Survive

Splash and Survive is pilot water safety programme for our students and families to learn and understand essential water safety and survival skills, with the ultimate goal of learning to swim. Lessons will be every Friday morning, between 9.30 – 12.30, with 40 students per session and each session running for one hour.


Cultural Diversity Network Incorporated

Supporting CALD Victims of Domestic and Family Violence

Cultural Diversity Network Incorporated (‘CDNI’) is seeking funding to engage an experienced Domestic and Family Violence Case Worker for a year to work with Muslim women and their children, who are victims of DFV or at serious risk of DFV. The person appointed will work on a part time contract basis for 16 hours each week for 12 months.


Learning Links

Speech Therapy at Holroyd High School – Empowering Children to Learn

A Learning Links Speech Pathologist will work at Holroyd High School to help students with their speech and communication. The program will assist children who have trouble with speech sounds, expressing themselves and understanding what others are saying and will be delivered across four terms, one day a week. Working alongside classroom teachers, our Speech Pathologist will provide targeted interventions to build the skills and confidence children need to reach their full potential.


Learning Links

Psychology in Schools – Supporting the Wellbeing of Children in Wentworthville  

A Learning Links Psychologist will work at Wentworthville Public School to support students to achieve sound psychological health and resilient social and emotional wellbeing. Our psychologist will support vulnerable students using evidence-based therapies and programs to address concerns such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger management, poor social skills, ADHD and transitioning to high school.


Greystanes High School P&C

Part time Speech Therapist

Speech pathologists diagnose and treat communication disorders including difficulties with speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice.


Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association

The Welcome Garden- Therapeutic Community Garden

The Welcome Garden will be an inspiring and inclusive space where community members, particularly those with disability, can relax, socialise, learn and contribute.  The funds will enable us to pay for hard landscaping in the garden: accessible gravel paths, 4 raised vegetable beds, a pagoda for sheltered workshops, a secure tool shed and a rainwater tank.


Refugee Advice & Casework Service

Refugee Community Legal Outreach Support 

RACS provides a dedicated lawyer, supported by a supervising lawyer, administration support officer a number of volunteers to assist vulnerable refugees and people seeking asylum. Clients will be assisted with crucial one-on-one legal support with all visa related issues. This drop in service ensures anxious families and individuals with little understanding of Australian law are able to access critical and timely information and support with the convenience of not having to make an appointment.


UCA-Parramatta Mission

Meals for the homeless and vulnerable

Meals Plus is a day centre in the heart Parramatta, providing assistance and support to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or who may be facing crisis. Meals Plus is open for breakfast and lunch from Monday to Friday. Each day we serve around 200 meals to those in need, as well as offering welfare, essentials and food assistance and access to vital support services.


Good360 Australia Limited

Essential non-food items for Cumberland LGA aimed at improving the living standards of low income and disadvantaged people

The project aims to distribute 40,000 essential, brand-new goods to 90+ charities and disadvantaged schools in Cumberland LGA. This initiative will address social & economic barriers experienced by disadvantaged residents of Cumberland LGA.


The Northcott Society   

Therapy resources and assessment tools for children with disability in the Cumberland community.

This funding will ensure that children with disability will have access to upgraded therapy intervention equipment and Australian Standardised assessment kits. This initiative will provide the right tools and resources for children with disability to be well diagnosed and supported in their early years when needed most.


Australian Foundation for Disability

Modified Sporting Equipment for Disadvantaged People with Disabilities at Guildford Community Participation Centre

To purchase a number of modified sports equipment and massage chair for our many disadvantaged people with disabilities who attend Afford’s Guildford Community Participation Centre so that they can actively participate in modified sporting activities specially suited to their own individuality.


Greystanes High School P&C

Community Learning Centre

We have developed a Community Learning Centre which provides students from a socio educational disadvantage (including students from non-English speaking backgrounds) access to effective learning support. This is staffed by a support teacher, out of school hours (2 day a week), who provides targeted literacy and numeracy support for students requiring additional language support.


The Salvation Army

The Green Light Project

The Salvation Army Auburn Green Light Project is a program for marginalized women within the Cumberland Council area.  This project focuses on meeting, encouraging, and journeying with women (including victims of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, domestic violence) offering them a chance to break cycles of violence, trauma, and social disadvantage.


Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)

Interactive Technology for Students with Autism at Aspect South East Sydney School Classrooms in Auburn and Regents Park

Financial assistance for interactive technology (iPads, laptops and communication apps) for Aspect South East Sydney School satellite classrooms in Auburn and Regents Park, as they do not have adequate resources to provide this technology for their classrooms. The iPads and laptops are not only used in the curriculum for interactive and autism-tailored visual learning, but communication apps on the iPads are also used as communication tools for students who are non-verbal or have limited speech.


Odyssey House NSW

AOD Recovery in Cumberland LGA

This free program will support Cumberland City residents wishing to address harms related to alcohol and other drug (AOD) misuse and their associated mental health concerns. Participants will develop recovery plans and goals for positive and lasting change, so they can contribute more positively to their families and communities.


Dandelion Support Network Inc

Providing safe sleeping and travel for babies and children from families in need affected by COVID-19

This project aims to meet the need of approximately 30 disadvantaged families in the Cumberland Council area who have been affected by COVID-19 and who are without safe sleeping and travel furniture for their babies and children. Funds will be used to purchase and distribute, through our partner social welfare workers, cots, prams and car seats to ensure the disadvantaged families from Cumberland Council have safe spaces for their babies and children to sleep and travel.


Usman Khawaja Foundation Ltd

Chance to Shine Education & Cricket Program

The purpose of the Usman Khawaja Foundation is to alleviate disadvantage experienced by youth through the provision of educational and cricketing opportunities. We are focused on assisting youth from refugee, immigrant, Indigenous, rural, remote and low-socio economic backgrounds realise their dreams, through the provision of an introductory FREE 6 week cricket/education program. Australian Cricketer Usman Khawaja is a positive role model and brilliant ambassador for all young girls and boys.


The International Therapy Alliance (TITA)

Sensitivity, Inclusivity and Respect Induction and Training Videos

TITA will write, design and record a video to provide as a free resource for any charities, non-profits or organisations who deal with disadvantaged people in the community in regards to respect, sensitivity, inclusivity and other matters regarding dignity and rights written and consulted by registered TAEs, psychologists, allied health and other professionals in the field.



Freedom Wheels Assessments for Cumberland Residents\

Our occupational therapist will assess the needs of local children with a disability in Cumberland and design a custom bike that will enable them to ride a bike for the first time in their lives. These assessments will be provided at no cost to the parents/carers of children with a disability with the generous support of local Clubs.



Primary School Education Program – Health promotion teaching kids about cancer

The Camp Quality Primary School Education Program (PSEP) helps children better understand cancer. Our PSEP delivers a meaningful educational and theatrical show, featuring the lovable Camp Quality puppets Kylie, Mel and Dean. The program explores side-effects of cancer treatments, the anxieties of a child returning to school, how to be supportive of a classmate impacted by cancer and that cancer isn’t contagious.