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16 July 2019 Posted by 

FUNDS TO IMPROVE LIFE OF RESIDENTS

CENTRAL Coast Council has allocated $105,061 in funding to five projects through its second round of Community Development Grant Program for 2018/19.
Mayor Jane Smith said the funding will be used to enhance residents’ quality of life.
“Council’s Community Development Grant Program supports projects that help improve the quality of life of residents, provide community capacity with buildings and projects and enhances the natural qualities of the Central Coast,” she said. Community Development
Grant program funding will go to the following applicants:
• Community Environment Network – Connecting and caring for our Coastal Lagoons $29,582.
• Road Safety Education Limited – RYDA road safety education program $8,800.
• Symphony Central Coast Incorporated – Telling stories through music $30,000.
• Lifeline Direct T/A Lifeline Hunter Central Coast – Inter-generational Community Outreach training $2,720.
• Pacific Link Housing – Connor Garden Transformation $9,479.
For information about Council’s grant program, visit centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/grants
 


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