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Grants Give Community a $23,000 Boost
The Community Support Grant helps community groups deliver activities which require less than $5,000 of funding and/or in-kind support.
Mayor Lisa Matthews said the funding helps the community deliver activities.
"It's great to see so many community organisations benefiting from the Community Support Grant Program to produce activities and events for the local community," Mayor Smith said.
Council has allocated $23,461.21 to the following recipients:
- Central Coast Regional Show - 2020 Central Coast Regional Show - $5,000
- Mingaletta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation - music and dance for Aboriginal youth - $4,000
- The Bays Community Group - rates subsidy - $739.21
- North Entrance Surf Life Saving Club - gymnasium upgrade - $4,750
- Wagstaff to Killcare Community Association - Australia Day recognition for 2020 - $2,810
- Chain Valley Bay Progress Association Incorporated - Australia Day community celebration at Joshua Porter Reserve - $4,062
- Tempo Terrific - rehearsal space support and development of band repertoire - $2,100.
Council's Community Support Grant Program is open throughout the year.
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