2021 Community Building Partnership Program

Wednesday, 17 November 2021
Local community organisations have secured a total of $400,000 in funding across 15 projects thanks to the NSW Government’s 2021 Community Building Partnership Program.
 
Member for Oatley, Mark Coure, said that this funding will assist our local community organisations to access world-class equipment and facilities.
 
“Community organisations have always, and will always be the lifeblood of the St George region and this funding will ensure that more local residents have access to the equipment and infrastructure they need to succeed,” Mr Coure said.
 
“This funding will also encourage more people to get involved with their favourite community organisations and deliver positive social outcomes for local residents and their families.”
The full list of successful projects in the Oatley electorate for the 2021 round are:
 
 Riverwood Community Services - $54,000 to provide a bus service for socially isolated community members.
 Grandviews Bowling Club - $50,000 for lighting on the bowling green.
 Connells Point Netball Club - $50,000 for the construction of all accessible netball courts at Poulton Park.
 Penshurst West Public School - $48,069 to provide a playground sun shade.
 Mortdale Public School - $35,000 for playground equipment.
 St Mark’s Anglican Church - $25,900 for automatic entry and exit doors.
 Riverwood Punchbowl Anglican Church - $23,000 for a disability access ramp.
 Aspect School Peakhurst - $20,000 for classroom repairs.
 Connells Point Sailing Club - $20,000 for changeroom refurbishment.
 Kyle Williams Legacy House - $20,000 to create a sensory garden.
 Oatley Public School - $15,000 to expand their outdoor learning space.
 Lugarno Public School - $14,000 for school hall air conditioning
 Learning Links - $10,000 for their preschool outdoor wellbeing project.
 The Reconnect Project - $8,214 to build a purpose-built workbench.
 3 Bridges Community - $6,817 to improve their communication systems.
 
For more information about the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, please visit: www.nsw.gov.au/cbp