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Gambling Community Benefit Fund – GCBF Round 101

by Ted Sorensen
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Congratulations to the following local organisations who successfully applied for grants from the Gambling Fund. Non-profit clubs or organisations can apply for the next round of grants which close 31st October, 2019 To apply visit www.justice.qld.gov.au/grants so be sure to get your applications in a get our fair share of the gambling revenue back in Hervey Bay.    Gambling Community Benefit Fund – GCBF Round 101   Organisation   Purpose   Amount   BAYSIDE STRIKERS SOCCER CLUB INC.  Purchase Shade Tents  $    2,800.00  CHRISTIAN YOUTH CAMPS PIALBA INCORPORATED  Purchase Trailer and Mower  $  20,200.00  FRASER COAST BICYCLE USERS GROUP INC.  Purchase IT Equipment  $    […]

Gambling Community Benefit Fund Grants Round 100

by Ted Sorensen
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I’m proud to announce that the electorate will share in $197,596.99 worth of grant funding awarded through round 100 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund. This time 7 organisations received grants. Football Hervey Bay $35,000.00 for field upgrades & irrigation Fraser Lions Club $6,809.20 to purchase Choral Risers Meals on Wheels – Fraser Community $34,645.00 to purchase blast chiller Rally For A Cause Inc $26,000.00 to purchase cold room bbq trailer package Sunshine Coast First Aid Volunteers $33,150.00 to purchase medical equipment & training Urangan Bowls Club $29,575.79 to upgrade lighting system Volunteer Marine Rescue $32,417.00 to purchase radio broadcasting […]

Gambling Community Benefit Fund Grants

by Ted Sorensen
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I’m proud to announce that the electorate will share in $197,084.85 worth of grant funding awarded through round 96 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund. 9 organisations from sporting groups Tennis, Football, Dragon Club, Surf Life Saving and community group such as Meals on Wheels, VMR, schools and PCYC received grants. The money will make a huge difference to the successful local groups. Non-profit clubs or organisations can apply for the next round visit www.justice.qld.gov.au/grants so be sure to get your applications in a get our fair share of the gambling revenue back in Hervey Bay.