The Pollys Club – Round One 2022 Grant Recipient 

LInc Spotlight
LInc Recipient Spotlight: Our recipients for round one 2022 represent a diverse group of the LGBTIQ+ community in Australia. These recipients demonstrate how the LGBTIQ+ Community grows and flourishes with visibility and support.

Cashless Terminals for The Pollys Club

The Pollys Club holds dances at Marrickville Town Hall and with the grant from LInc they will be able to offer door entry sales and refreshment sales via a cashless payment system. They have had requests for many years from patrons for cashless transactions but to date have been unable to fund such equipment. 

A cashless payment system will help towards reducing concerns over hygiene and the spread of COVID-19, it will also alleviate the need for a substantial float at the locations. Patrons will no longer have to carry money for entry and bar purchases, nor will they have to rush to a nearby ATM when wanting to pay at the door – ultimately making it safer for all.

Since its inception The Pollys Club has always had a strong lesbian following, providing a safe and inclusive environment for people to be themselves and not feel threatened in any way. We have over 2000 Facebook followers and our dance numbers are between 300 to 500 patrons from all aspects of the LGBTIQ+ community and their allies.

Their next dance in 2022, will be on 16 July at Roundhouse, Uni Of NSW – tickets are on sale from 4th June. See their website for more details