Cr Truscott: ‘It’s all about building better communities together’

THE Fraser Coast Regional Council will provide grants totalling just over $40,000 to support community events in the coming months.

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The grants range in value from $750 to $5,000.

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A national sailing competition, masters squash tournament, a rodeo and summer school holiday programs are among the community events being supported by Council’s community grants program.

The grants were approved through the Community Events program at this week’s Council meeting.

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Division 3 Councillor Paul Truscott said Council’s grant schemes offer a range of opportunities for groups to apply for funding for projects, activities and events that help ensure the Fraser Coast is a vibrant community.

“After 2020 was such a challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is a pleasure to see so many community-driven activities being organised across the Fraser Coast and for Council to be able to support community groups through our grants programs,” Cr Truscott said.

“It’s all about building better communities together on the Fraser Coast.”

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Projects sharing in $43,506.47 worth of grants include:

  • Hervey Bay Sailing Club, NACRA Catamaran Racing National Championships, $5,000;
  • WindWanderers  SurfFX Burrum Windfest, $3,000;
  • Zonta Club of Hervey Bay, International Women’s Day 2022, $5,000;
  • Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre, Summer School Holiday Program, $5,000;
  • RSLA Maryborough Sub-branch, Remembrance Day Commemoration Service, $880;
  • Hervey Bay RSL Sub-Branch, Remembrance Day, $4,158.22;
  • Hervey Bay Squash, 2022 Hervey Bay Squash Club Masters Tournament, $3,000;
  • Maryborough City Progress Association, Maryborough CBD Street Party, $4,718.25;
  • Hervey Bay Outrigger Canoe Club, Paddle Freedom, $2,000;
  • Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre, Walk the Talk, $5,000;
  • Teebar Show and Sports Association, show, campdraft and rodeo, $5,000;
  • Special Needs Fraser Coast, Australia Day Celebration, $750.

More information about Council’s grants programs, click here.  

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