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$500,000 for Community Infrastructure

Member for Sydney

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Member for Sydney Clover Moore has welcomed 14 new capital grants for community benefit in the Sydney electorate.

“These grants through the Community Building Partnership will help with upgrade projects or equipment that benefits the community,” Ms Moore said.

Over $500,000 has been allocated to build better facilities through:

  $30,000 for fitout of the Australian Seniors Computer Club, Pitt Street Sydney;

  34,200 to upgrade the kitchen, laundry, counselling and outreach room at The Station Drop-in Centre;

  11,336 for a consumer telephone and stair-lift access to the Buckingham House Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, Surry Hills;

  10,000 to upgrade the Hopestreet Backshed Cafe kitchen, Woolloomooloo;

  79,432 for a workshop, sewing room, art studio and deck at the Salvation Army, Surry Hills;

  18,500 to upgrade Woollahra Council’s EJ Ward Community Centre, Paddington;

  26,870 for lighting and weatherproof cover at Sydney Boys High School, Moore Park;

  52,164 for upgrading the front office and disability access at Woolloomooloo Police & Community Youth Club (PCYC);

  20,556 to upgrade the Australian Home Nursing Foundation community centre, Ultimo;

  139,584 to upgrade access and repair the courtyard at St John's Anglican Church, Darlinghurst;

  88,570 for rewiring and electricity meters and painting accommodation units at the Mission Australia Centre, Surry Hills.

"These organisations provide vital facilities that help people get back on their feet or community access to space and equipment.

“While funds are always limited and there are more applicants than funds available, these grants will make a difference,” Ms Moore concluded.

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