Taabinga State School P&C received one of the maximum grants possible under Round 116 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund program

September 4, 2023

Local not-for profit groups will share more than $465,000 in funding under the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants.

The biggest winners are Taabinga State School P&C and the Tansey Show Society which will each receive the maximum grant possible under the “Super Round”, ie. $100,000.

The successful applicants include:

  • Lions Camp Duckadang – $16,599 to buy a ride-on mower
  • Lions Club of Nanango – $52,317 to install playground equipment and barbecue
  • Nanango & District Netball Association – $54,395 to repair courts and car park
  • South Burnett Woodcrafters – $58,041  to install solar system and security screens, and buy a defibrillator
  • Taabinga State School P&C – $100,000 to install playground equipment and shade sail
  • Tansey Show Society – $100,000 to upgrade facility
  • The South Burnett Pantry – $63,244 to buy a motor vehicle and demountable building
  • Wild Horse FM – $20,550 to buy radio broadcast equipment and develop module

There were more than 450 successful recipients across Queensland in Round 116 of the popular grants program.

Thirty-two organisations received the top grant amount of $100,000.

The closing date for Round 118 has been extended until midnight September 15.



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