14 local community groups in the Shellharbour electorate will share in $400,000 of funding under theCommunity Building Partnerships program announced today by Member for Shellharbour, Anna Watson MP.
“I am delighted to have presented the 14 successful community groups in my electorate with a special certificate at a morning tea at Shellharbour Surf Club earlier today.
“This is the fourth year that I have had the pleasure to work with local community groups and deliver funding for much needed local community infrastructure.
“Over the last four years, I’ve been pleased to secure $1.4 million in Community Building Partnerships program funding grants for the Shellharbour electorate.
“The Community Building Partnerships program was an initiative started by the former State Labor Government.
“Working closely with so many local community groups and dedicated volunteers in one of the best parts of being a local Member of Parliament”, Ms Watson said.
Funding for the 2014 Community Building Partnerships in the Shellharbour electorate are as follows:
|Marine Rescue Shellharbour Unit||Upgrade to Marine Rescue Shellharbour Base Building||$30,616|
|Shellharbour Surf Life Saving Club||Construction of Uniform Store||$6,000|
|Dapto Citizens Bowling Club||Construction of Children’s Area||$20,000|
|Oak Flats Cricket Club||Upgrade of Off-Field Amenities at Geoff Shaw Oval||$50,000|
|Warilla Barrack-Point Surf Life Saving Club||Upgrade of Surf Club Building||$48,000|
|Shellharbour Dolphins Swim Club||Beverly Whitfield Pool amenities extension||$50,000|
|Lake Illawarra South Cricket Club||Construction of new club rooms and amenities block||$50,000|
|Wallaroo Children’s Centre||Children’s bathroom upgrade||$31,000|
|St Vincent de Paul Society Oak Flats||Volunteer Centre improvements||$6,500|
|Shellharbour City Arts Society||Development of Shellharbour City Arts Precinct||$30,000|
|City of Wollongong Aerial Patrol||Hangar and office upgrade||$9,000|
|Warilla Occasional Care Centre||Interior and exterior paint job||$14,686|
|Wollongong City Council||Fencing replacement at Webb Park||$10,000|
|Lakeside Lions Junior Soccer Club||Upgrade of clubhouse||$44,198|
30 January 2015