Grants worth a total of $400,000 have been awarded to 11 community organisations in the Cronulla electorate through the NSW Government’s 2022 Community Building Partnership Program.
The grants will go towards better facilities for a range of organisations from schools to disability and social services.
I thank the hardworking groups for their enthusiasm in preparing applications for the program this year; we continue to have many great volunteers in the Shire who want to make a difference for the community. I look forward to seeing the benefits of the successful projects.
The following projects have received funding in the 2022 round:
- Caringbah Public School P&C (extension and renovation of the school’s multi-purpose hall) $70,000
- Woolooware High School P&C (installation of power saving LED production lighting in the school’s multi-purpose hall and stage area) $70,000
- Kurnell Public School P&C (upgrade shaded playground area with a themed structure and a new soft fall surface) $54,000
- Cronulla Public School P&C (construction of a new outdoor learning centre) $50,000
- Burraneer Bay Public School P&C (upgrade of audio visual equipment in the school hall and adjoining covered outdoor learning area) $36,000
- Civic Disability Services (purchase of a refrigerated van to expand kitchen and catering social enterprise) $30,000
- Laguna Street Public School P&C (new large, mobile video display screens for covered outdoor learning area and hall) $28,000
- Kingsway Community Church (modification and improvements to area for youth activities) $25,000
- St Aloysius Church Cronulla (solar panel installation on church roof) $18,000
- Grays Point Girl Guides (guide hall maintenance upgrade) $10,000
- UCA New Beginnings Church Cronulla (refurbishment of food storage and distribution room for its Cronulla Community Café food service) $9,000