The Minyip-Murtoa Football Netball Club has been nominated for an AFL Victoria award for their work in promoting gender equality.
The Burras have been listed alongside 38 other clubs in the "How Inclusive is your Club" competition.
The nomination stems from the club's involvement in the Women's Health Grampians' "Community of Respect and Equality Alliance" program. Harrow-Balmoral and Stawell Football Netball Clubs are also involved in the program.
Minyip-Murtoa's Tony Baker said being involved in the promotion of gender equality was something the club was proud of.
"That is an alliance where we share a vision around a safe, equal and respectful community," Baker said.
"It's about getting some support on how to gain greater gender parity at our club.
"We got involved from the start because it fitted into our strategic plan, which is about respect and looking after our members and our community. It was a really good fit for us."
The program is aimed at preventing violence against women by addressing underlying discrimination based on gender.
This includes disrespect towards women, men's control of decision making and inflexible ideas around the roles of men and women.
"What we're hoping to do is promote a great atmosphere," Baker said. "We've got a really strong family club and we want to do whatever we can to keep that in place.
"It's a really meaningful program too - it's about putting actions in place, not just signing up. We've been really strong on that and taking action."
The winner of the awards will be announced on Thursday June 13.