About the foundation
RACV is committed to serving the community. That’s why we created the RACV Community Foundation – to deliver vital funds to not-for-profit community groups.
Grants of up to $20,000 help grassroots organisations – often staffed by volunteers – deliver local projects that help improve the lives of people in need throughout Victoria. Since 1997, the Foundation has approved grants worth over $3.1 million to approximately 480 Victorian charities.
The Foundation focuses on supporting mobility in the community as its primary area of philanthropic funding, with a view to enhancing safety, environmental sustainability and/or social cohesion.
RACV Community Foundation Annual Review 2014
Join us for the Foundation’s premier fundraising event the RACV Community Foundation Golf Day 2015
The RACV Community Foundation 2015 Golf Day will be held at one of Victoria’s finest golf courses, RACV Cape Schanck Resort, on Friday, 11 December 2015.
The event provides a choice of two formats, Ambrose and Individual Stableford, making the day accessible to players of all levels.
All proceeds from the day go to the RACV Community Foundation.
The cost for the event is $150 and includes;
- light breakfast
- 18 holes of golf
- post-round gourmet buffet lunch
- player giveaways
- auction (all proceeds go to the Foundation)
- shared use of motorised golf cart.
Limited places are available. Entries must be submitted before Friday, 27 November 2015.
To register for yourself and your guests click on the personalised link below.
Enjoy a fantastic day of golf and be part of an important community-focused Foundation.
Reasons to support the RACV community foundation:
- A demonstrated history of community impact across Victoria – more than 50 per cent of all grants awarded to rural and regional organisations
- A focus on small community organisations – more than 90 per cent of grants support organisations with annual turnovers of less than $5 million
- Direction and support provided by an Advisory Committee comprising RACV Directors, staff and community representatives with decades of collective expertise both in business and working with the not- for-profit sector
- A strong charter and rules ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation
- A rigorous grants approval process
- Access to RACV experts