We aim to provide opportunity for all
Over the past 45 years, we have supported a wide range of charities to deliver more than 200 projects across the country. These projects encourage and enable people with disabilities to participate in sporting and recreational opportunities.
We continue to grow our support for sporting and recreational opportunities through ongoing engagement with the disability sector.
The Primary Club of Australian Inc accepts submissions year-round from organisations with a charitable status for defined projects that make sporting and recreational activities accessible to people with physical or mental disabilities. Submissions are reviewed by the Primary Club Charity Sub-Committee, making recommendations to the Board for final approval.
$7m+ raised and growing
We've raised millions of dollars in funds for sporting bodies and charities.
600+ projects funded
We've provided support to multiple worthy causes.
16,000+ given opportunity
Thousands of recipients have received funding to pursue sport and activity.
Millions of smiles created
Friends, family and supporters love to see the work we do.
What do we do?
The Primary Club of Australia Inc has a long history of bringing people together while raising essential funds for worthy charities supporting people with a disability. Watch the video below to learn more.
Hear Guy Sebastian describe the experience of playing for the PCA team in the Final of the Last Man Stands 2021 competition.
In March 2022, at the iconic North Sydney Oval, following our 'Insurance Ashes IV' festival, the PCA’s first XI played Boldova, part of the global amateur cricket league 'Last Man Stands'.
In a sensational finish the PCA came out winners by just one run! Hear from Last Man Stand's Rob Stevenson, also a long-time PCA board member, as well as Brett Williams, former executive at Allianz, and special guest and generous PCA supporter Guy Sebastian about their take on the day.
Mark Taylor Interview
On the final day of the 2016 Sydney Test Match, the Cricket Show highlighted the Primary Club of Australia Inc in an interview with Mark Taylor, Patron and Twelfth Man of the Primary Club of Australia.
(With thanks to Channel Nine for use of the footage.)