A total of $107,008 has been allocated to the following organisations in Round 1 of the Community Grants Program for 2017/2018.
Each grant category has been listed below with the recipient's name and amount received.
Christmas & New Year’s Events:
- Port Macquarie Neighbourhood Centre received $650 for their Christmas event to be held on 20 December 2017.
- Wauchope Chamber of Commerce received $4,500 for their Christmas event to be held on the 9 December 2017.
- Beechwood Public School P&C received $3,788 for their Christmas event to be held on 13 December 2017.
- Camden Haven Chamber of Commerce received $5,000 for their Christmas activities and New Years Eve Fireworks.
- Telegraph Point Community Association received $1000 for their Christmas event to be held on 25 November 2017.
- Byabarra Hall Recreational Reserve Trust received $987 for their Christmas event to be held on 16 December 2017.
- Lake Cathie Bonny Hills Lions Club received $2,430 for their Christmas event to be held on 9 December 2017.
- Kendall Heritage Society received $1,250 for their Christmas and New Year's Eve events to be held on 8 December and 29 December respectively.
- Port Macquarie Landcare Group received $10,000 for Environmental Activities.
- Friends of Kooloonbung Creek received $5,000 for Weed Management.
- Port Macquarie Hastings Municipal Band received $10,000
- Camden Haven Community Band received $7,100
- Hastings Koalas Orchestra received $4,865
- Hastings District Pipe Band received $7,224
- Catholic Parish of St. Agnes received $10,000 for #LitFest2444.
- Early Connections Port Macquarie received $1,650 for shade cloth for the centre.
- Hastings Valley Mountain Bikers received $1,048 for signage.
- Port Macquarie Lions Club received $2,466 for new shelving.
- Hamilton Green Management Group received $3,740 for signage.
- Port Macquarie Tennis Club received $1,679 for protective padding.
- Riding for the Disabled - Kendall received $2,099 for protective gear.
- Wauchope Poultry Club received $2,032 for exhibition equipment.
Non Council Owned Halls:
- Byabarra Hall and Recreational Reserve Trust received $9,550 for a toilet upgrade.
- Rollands Plains Recreational Reserve Trust received $8,950 to include disabled access.
This page was last updated on: 04 December 2017