I’m pleased to announce that 13 local organisations in the Cronulla electorate have secured a total of $300,000 of funding from the NSW Government’s 2020 Community Building Partnership (CBP) program.

The program funds infrastructure projects for local community groups and schools and helps to pay for much-needed improvements.

The successful projects in the Cronulla electorate for 2020 are:

 Laguna Street Public School P&C (covered walkways) $50,000

 Burraneer Bay Public School P&C (refurbish K-2 outdoor learning areas) $40,000

 Woolooware High School P&C (renovate multi-purpose hall) $35,000

 Grays Point Public School P&C (renovate community kitchen) $28,000

 Kurnell Public School P&C (shaded student seating for sports oval) $25,000

 Woolooware Public School P&C (playground for everyone) $25,000

 Gymea Bay Public School P&C (sustainable outdoor learning space) $24,000

 Caringbah High School P&C (school hall roll out staging and under stage storage) $23,200

 Civic Disability Services (purchase equipment to increase local employment opportunities) $20,000

 Cronulla Sutherland Water Polo Club (new scoreboard) $12,000

 Cronulla Sutherland Baseball Club (batting facility upgrade) $10,000

 Jacaranda Preschool (water tank for sustainability gardens) $5,000

 Port Hacking Outrigger Club (new canoe) $2,800

I congratulate all the local organisations that were successful in their application and look forward to seeing how these projects make a difference to our community