11 local community groups in the Cronulla electorate have secured a total of $330,000 of funding from the NSW government’s 2018 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 NSW Government’s strong economic management ensures we are in a position to invest in these important local projects.
The successful projects in the Cronulla electorate for 2018 are:
- Laguna Street Public School P&C (installation of new all-weather pitch) $55,000
- Woolooware High School P&C (basketball court resurfacing and carpark reconfiguration) $46,000
- Burraneer Bay Public School P&C (covered walkways) $45,000
- Yowie Bay Public School P&C (refurbish school oval with synthetic playing field) $40,000
- St Francis de Sales Catholic Primary School (playground upgrade) $35,000
- Kirrawee High School P&C (new toilet blocks) $30,000
- Cronulla Public School P&C (shade sail) $25,000
- Civic Disability Services Ltd. (new recreational space) $20,000
- Shire Woodworking Club Inc. (purchase of laser cutter and engraver) $15,200
- De La Salle Caringbah Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc. (grandstand seating) $15,000
- Southside Malibu Club Cronulla Inc. (club equipment trailer with signage) $3,800
I congratulate all the organisations that were successful in their application and look forward to seeing how these projects make a difference for community groups in the area.