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Funding worth between $500 and $35,000

PLAY TIME: Happy Kids Playgroup members Cooper Thomson and Mia Thomson are thrilled with the new equipment, purchased with funding from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund. The new play equipment includes sandpit toys, tricycles, back to back driver, basket ball hoop, climbing trestles and foam climbers.
PLAY TIME: Happy Kids Playgroup members Cooper Thomson and Mia Thomson are thrilled with the new equipment, purchased with funding from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund. The new play equipment includes sandpit toys, tricycles, back to back driver, basket ball hoop, climbing trestles and foam climbers. Contributed

IF YOU are part of a community organisation that needs a little bit of funding help, you have until next month to apply for grants worth between $500 and $35,000 as part of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

Every year the fund distributes about $53 million to Queensland communities that allows local groups to upgrade facilities and purchase much-needed equipment.

Member for Bundaberg Leanne Donaldson said last month $12.4 million for 602 community groups in Queensland was announced.

Not-for-profit and community-based organisations are eligible to apply.

Applications close August 31.

For more information and to apply, visit www.justice.qld.gov.au.

Topics:  funding gambling community benefit fund grants



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