A range of local community organisations are set to benefit following the announcement of this year’s successful recipients of the ClubGRANTS program.
The organisations will use the funding to help strengthen the delivery of their services and activities across the Milton and Ulladulla region in areas such as community welfare, health, employment and social services along with junior sport and large scale community infrastructure programs.
Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club, Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club and Mollymook Golf Club have worked in collaboration with the Shoalhaven City Council, NSW Government and Clubs NSW to provide much needed funds to deserving causes such as Jindelara Cottage Respite House, Volunteer Marine Rescue NSW Kioloa Unit and Mission Australia Southern Shoalhaven Youth Services.
Our local registered clubs have voluntarily contributed towards the ClubGRANTS scheme, which has been in operation for twenty years, allocating funds to groups across three categories which are specifically targeted towards meeting the funding needs of various groups.
Successful applicants for 2019 include:
Jindelara Cottage Disability Respite House, Volunteer Marine Rescue NSW – Kioloa and Ulladulla, Ulladulla Public School, Ulladulla Emotional Disturbance Unit, NSW Government Schools – Ulladulla Public School, Milton Ulladulla Men’s Shed, The Ulladulla and Districts Community Resources Centre, Ulladulla Children’s Centre, Milton A&H Association Incorporated, Mission Australia Southern Shoalhaven Youth Services, University of Wollongong, Budawang School, Cancer Outpatients Appeal Milton Ulladulla Incorporated, Legacy Mid South Coast Milton, Millhouse Art Society, Milton Show Society, Milton Ulladulla Rugby League Football Club, Rotary Club of Milton Ulladulla, Drought Relief, and the Milton Ulladulla Hospital Auxiliary
If you would like to find out more on how to apply for funding in the next round of ClubGRANTS, you can find more details at www.clubgrants.com.au