A major expansion is under way at the South Burnett Care building in Kingaroy

September 10, 2021

SBcare Inc in Kingaroy has received $524,760 from the State Government’s Community Infrastructure Investment Partnership competitive grants program.

The grant will enable the not-for-profit group to renovate the community hall at their premises in Avoca Street.

SBcare is one of 12 groups across Queensland to receive funding under the program.

Deputy Premier Steven Miles said the 12 projects would support at least 26 construction jobs and a range of social service delivery and administrative roles across the State.

Workers at the construction site on Friday morning

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