MEDIA RELEASE SUPPLIED BY THE OFFICE OF MEMBER FOR HUME, ANGUS TAYLOR
Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor has announced the 23 successful projects in Hume that have secured funding under the Federal Government’s Volunteer Grants program.
The successful projects will share in $66,225 in funding, enabling them to make a significant difference to the community through their dedicated volunteer efforts.
Mr Taylor expressed his admiration for the terrific work being carried out by these groups and the unwavering commitment of the volunteers involved.
“As a local member, I have witnessed the invaluable contributions made by local volunteers on many occasions. Their dedication and selflessness are truly commendable,” said Mr Taylor.
“This program is always a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate the immense impact that volunteers have in our towns and communities.
“Their tireless efforts, particularly during challenging times, are to be praised, and I’m really pleased to be able to support their ongoing work in our community.”
The successful projects in Hume under the 2022 Volunteer Grants program are as follows:
|Crookwell Soccer Club||$3,500|
|Warragamba Silverdale Neighbourhood Centre||$2,500|
|U3A Goulburn Mulwaree||$3,965|
|Men’s Shed Narellan||$3,500|
|The Oaks Public School P&C||$3,781|
|Crookwell Services Club||$2,000|
|Wingello Village Association||$2,440|
|The Oaks Netball||$2,000|
|Towrang Community Hall||$3,240|
|Wollondilly Netball Association||$1,354|
|Warradale Little Athletics||$1,157|
|Goulburn Community Garden||$2,000|
|Zonta Club of Goulburn||$5,000|
|Feed the Farms, Colo Vale||$2,550|
|Camden Tigers Football Club||$3,840|
|St Vincents de Paul, Goulburn||$3,000|
|St John Ambulance, Goulburn||$3,000|
|Australian Breastfeeding Camden Wollondilly Group||$2,500|
|Gundary Bushfire Brigade||$1,398|
|Penrose Community Association||$3,500|
|Goulburn Mulwaree Athletics||$3,500|
|1st Appin Scout Group||$3,000|