Local community groups share $ 360,000 in financial boost | County Chief of St George and Sutherland

Community groups in the St George and Bayside area will share a total of $ 360,000 in funding to help them modernize their services.

A total of 12 community groups will receive between $ 20,000 and $ 50,000 each, which is provided under the NSW Government’s $ 17 million Social Sector Transformation Fund.

St George Community Transportation, Mortdale – $ 20,000

Riverwood Community Center – $ 20,000

2Connect Youth and Community, Brighton Le Sands – $ 20,000

SHARE, Hurstville – $ 20,000

Window Arts, Carlton – $ 20,000

Tuberous Sclerosis Australia, Beverly Hills – $ 50,000

Australian Nutrition Foundation, Hurstville – $ 20,000

Phoebe House, Arncliffe – $ 20,000

St George’s Intellectual Disability Foundation, Kogarah – $ 50,000

Better Connected Community Services, Rockdale – $ 50,000

Rainbow Club Australia, Brighton Le Sands – $ 50,000

Macedonian Australian Welfare and Welfare NSW, Kogarah – $ 20,000.

Oatley MP Mark Coure said the funding is designed to modernize the operations of local community groups with additional and updated technology that will allow these organizations to improve their overall services.

“The past 18 months have been difficult for everyone in our wider community and especially in the past few weeks given the latest restrictions, our community groups have risen to the challenge of helping those who need it most.” , said Coure.

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