More than $10,000 will be awarded to local community groups under the latest round of Hepburn Shire Council’s Community Grants Program.
At last week’s Ordinary Council meeting, Council approved five projects to receive funding to deliver a range of activities, including emergency relief, junior sport and weed control.
The successful projects are:
Ongoing Emergency Relief Program – Anglicare Victoria, Ballarat, in partnership with Clunes Neighbourhood House – $2,500.
Reflections The Shire & Borough of Creswick & the Great War – Creswick-Smeaton RSL Sub Branch auspiced by RSL of Australia – $2,500.
Junior Goals Project – Daylesford & Hepburn United Soccer Club – $2,500.
Brush cutter purchase for large weed control – Trentham Quarry Street Reserve Committee of Management – $734.
Providing additional relief for vulnerable persons residing in and near Creswick – St John’s Creswick Emergency Relief – $2,000.
The Hepburn Shire Council Community Grants program 2020/2021 receives applications and awards funding on a quarterly basis.
The next round of Community Grants opens on 24 October.