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Community Building Partnership Grants for Port Macquarie

Member for Port Macquarie Leslie Williams has announced that the Port Macquarie community has received over $200,000 in grant funding to improve a range of sporting, recreational and community facilities.

The funding has been provided under the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership (CBP) program. 

Leslie Williams said over the past four years $1.4 million had been allocated to the Port Macquarie electorate for a range of community based infrastructure projects.

“I am pleased to announce the following organisations have been successful in applying for CBP grants.

Volunteer Marine Rescue $40,000
Port Macquarie Sailing Club $15,000
Port Macquarie Rotary Lodge $20,000
Mid North Coast Conservatorium $6,780
Meals On Wheels Mid North Coast $30,000
Port Macquarie Municipal Band $3,296
Sailability NSW Port Macquarie $10,000
Port Macquarie Autism Spectrum $10,000
Hastings Baseball $15,000
Mid North Coast Maritime Museum $5,000
ACES Inc $15,000
Port Macquarie Little Athletics $5,000
Heart Support Australia $10,000
Life Education NSW $1,114


“In total 37 local community organisations were successful in being granted funding worth $400,000 across the Port Macquarie electorate.

“Whilst unfortunately not every application can be approved, those that were are delighted and cannot wait to start their projects.

“Local businesses will benefit from this investment in community infrastructure,” Mrs Williams said.

“I look forward to seeing the benefits of these local projects today for the Port Macquarie community as they progress.

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