22 local groups secure CBP grants
6th December 2022
Very happy to announce that 22 local groups have been successful in securing grants under this year’s Community Building Partnership scheme.
The groups will share in $400,000 worth of funding for small local projects.
This year’s recipients include:
Blackalls Park Preschool: $5500 for shade sail project.
Lake Macquarie City FC: $21,000 to replace bench seating at Macquarie Field.
Toronto Multipurpose Centre: $27,310 to replace dividing wall.
Cooranbong Men's Shed: $20,000 for disability access.
Scouts (Carey Bay): $24, 329 for hall refurbishment.
PeterPan Preschool Wangi: $25,000 for disability access ramp and entry.
Community Activities Lake Macquarie: $29,680 for ‘CALM on the Road’ project.
Southlake's Incorporated: $18,800 for solar power installation.
Salvation Army (Bolton Pt): $23,176 for community food market relocation.
Toronto Bridge Club: $5160 for new dealing machine.
Bolton Point Child Care Centre: $20,000 for indoor/outdoor play area improvements.
Southern Lakes Cricket Club: $25,000 towards synthetic cricket training nets.
Western Lake Macquarie Concert Band: $10,000 for air conditioning at Westlakes Music Centre.
Teralba Public School P&C: $13,000 for landscaping, playground and classroom project.
Waratah Golf Club: $22,784 towards cart path installation.
Wyee Community Hub Inc: $12,000 towards solar installation.
Filipino-Australian Society of the Hunter Valley: $25,000 towards extending hall.
Life Education NSW Healthy Harold: $14,728 towards the Healthy Harold learning centre.
Toronto Awaba Junior FC: $15,000 towards new seating and paths at Finnan Oval.
NovaCare Community Services (Morisset): $15,000 towards NovaExpress.
Harrison St Early Education (Cardiff): $7000 to replace shade sails.
Southlake Community Services: $20,000 towards CARmunity CARnection and disability services.
If you or your group would like to know more about next year’s CBP grants, or come along to my grants workshop, phone my office on 4959-3200.
Pictured is Rob Campbell at Lake Macquarie Rowing Club which received $29,000 in last year’s grants for the installation of fire-retardant panels in the club’s Booragul clubhouse.