Mulwala Tennis Club and primary school were among the successful organisations to receive money for projects from for Round One of the Federation Council 2019/20 Community Grants program.
The Community Grants program aims to support and empower local clubs and not-for-profit community organisations to deliver activities, programs, projects and events that contribute to the vibrancy of the Federation Council area. Funding is available for start-up programs, operational costs, minor equipment and events that contribute short to medium-term community development outcomes.
Nine grant applications were received in total for Round 1, but two applications were ineligible for funding and therefore denied funding:
· “Marooned –A mental health play” is ineligible as it is outside of the funding dates, meaning it would be retrospective funding, and is to be held in Yarrawonga meaning it is outside of the Federation Council boundaries.
· The “2020 Marcus Fraser Ambrose” is ineligible as already sponsored through the 2019 /2020 Federation Council’s Event Sponsorship Program.
The approved grants were:
CLUB / ORGANISATION - PROJECT RECOMMENDED - AMOUNT
CDHBU Football Netball Club Inc. - Revitalise the Public Presentation of the CDHBUFNC - $3,000
Corowa Baptist Church - Carols in the Park - $3,000
Corowa RSL Sub Branch - Plinth Replacement -$2,000
Corowa Rutherglen Football Netball Club - Playground Safety Fencing - $3,000
Mulwala Public School P&C - Easter Market Entertainment - $950
Mulwala Tennis Club Lonsdale Reserve - Rotunda & BBQ - $3,000
Rotary Club of Corowa - Federation Festival Weekend - $3,000