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Local NSW ClubGrants Recipients

Member for Oatley, Mark Coure was pleased to announce that two important community organisations had received funding under the NSW Government’s Clubgrants Category 3 Fund.

These grants are made possible by reinvesting a contribution from the state’s registered clubs gaming machines profits, putting those funds to good use within the community.

• Jubilee Community Services received $12,675 to upgrade their exterior and interior signage fixtures at their centre in Mortdale, for better awareness and usage of its community space and services.

• Beverley Park Golf Club has also received $58,599 to resurface the Golf Club’s outdoor putting area with a synthetic surface, which will be more durable with less maintenance.

Minister for Hospitality and Racing Kevin Anderson said funding under the Infrastructure Grants program is made possible by the Clubgrants Category 3, which re-invests profits from registered clubs’ gaming machines into community projects.

“The NSW Government is committed to supporting communities and community focused organisations to carry out the very important work they do,” Mr Anderson said.

“Since 2015, the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants program has provided $91 million, supporting more than 600 not-for-profit projects in sports, recreation, community infrastructure, arts and culture and disaster readiness”

For more information, please visit: Office of Responsible Gambling grants and funding | NSW Government