Community Building Partnership Program
FUNDING ANNOUNCED - 2022 COMMUNITY BUILDING PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
The electorate of Barwon has today secured $399,296 in funding for a total of 22 projects through the NSW Government’s 2022 Community Building Partnership Program.
Member for Barwon, Roy Butler said, “the State Government funds will deliver much-needed improvements to local facilities, with building upgrades, solar panels, covered outdoor areas and a defibrillator, just to name a few.
This is fantastic news for Barwon.
The funding is aimed at the many and varied community organisations. From grassroots community and sports groups to councils and local branches of larger well-known charitable institutions and will result in a great range of cultural, educational, safety and even health benefits for the community.
I congratulate all the organisations that were successful in their application and look forward to seeing how these projects make a real difference in Western NSW.”
The full list of successful projects in the Barwon electorate for the 2022 round are:
- Lightning Ridge Area Opal Reserve Land Manager Grader: maintain roads, firebreaks, heritage sites, training & employment $20,000
- Warren Shire Council: Install new flooring and oven within sporting and cultural centre $13,000
- Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW Ltd: Stage 2 - Kitchen refurbishment (cabinetry and benches) $15,000
- Lachlan Shire Council: Air conditioning $12,008
- CareFlight: Night vision goggles for emergency fire flood response $19,104
- Life Education NSW Healthy Harold Mobile Learning Centre: Air-conditioning $5,800
- Gilgandra Little Athletics Inc: Fully monitored publicly accessible defibrillator project $5,990
- WREB Co-Op Ltd Outback Radio 2WEB: New studio console for Outback Radio 2WEB $18,000
- Gulargambone Preschool Inc, Gulargambone Preschool: outdoor shade $40,000
- Baradine Golf Club Inc: Building to store maintenance equipment and golf carts $24,217
- The White Cliffs Solar Thermal Power Station Friends Inc.: White Cliffs Solar Thermal Station tourism upgrades $6,460
- Kirkala-Pithiluku Aboriginal Corporation: Driving recreation sport sorry business family's and community events $30,000
- Coolah Men's Shed Inc: Enclosed BBQ area, landscaping and seating $30,000
- St Vincent de Paul Society NSW: Purchase and installation of solar panels $9,622
- Cobar Athletics Club Incorporated: Fully monitored publicly accessible defibrillator project $5,990
- Two eight two eight Inc: Multipurpose Community Service Centre - Upgrade $22,500
- Broken Hill Bridge Club Inc.: Capital works to optimise the use of the bridge club $13,600
- St Francis Xavier Primary School: SFX Hall user friendly upgrade $26,200
- 3rd Broken Hill Sea Scouts: Upgrade to kitchen, electrical and installation of solar panels $26,905
- Anglican Property Trust Diocese of Bathurst: Feetham House refurbishment $20,000
- The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, New South Wales: Broken Hill RSPCA NSW Veterinary Hospital $20,000
- Richmond PRA Limited: Dignity-Homelessness project $14,900
The Community Building Partnership program has funded more than 18,000 community projects since it commenced in 2009.
If you have a project that needs funding contact Roy Butler’s office, they can add you to the Grants and Funding mailing list and send you information on upcoming grant rounds that could be suitable for your organization.
For more information about the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, visit www.nsw.gov.au/cbp.
Troy Lennon 0447 381 148