Proston Golden Spurs Campdraft will receive $35,000 to replace cattle yards

March 21, 2024

A dozen not-for-profit community groups will share more than $322,400 in the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants.

The results of Round 119 were announced this week.

Local successful applicants included:

  • Goomeri State School P&C – $35,000 to construct long jump tracks
  • Kilkivan Veterans and Community Men’s Shed – $16,801 to buy machinery
  • Kingaroy Clay Target Club – $35,000 to build a shed and cabinetry
  • Manumbar Community Hall – $10,000 to support event, video and book
  • Murgon Junior Rugby League – $35,000 to buy a tractor
  • Murgon Show Society – $33,500 to buy a tractor
  • Proston Golden Spurs Campdraft – $35,000 to replace cattle yards
  • Proston Pony Club – $35,000 to upgrade facility
  • Nanango RSL Sub-Branch – $35,000 to renovate bathrooms
  • South Burnett Karate Association – $27,865 to install a solar system
  • Wondai District Cricket Club – $34,984 to build an ablution block
  • Yarraman Horse Sports – $24,281.08 to upgrade facility and buy equipment

Across Queensland, 600 organisations and clubs were awarded a total of $14,979,060 under Round 119.

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Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has encouraged community groups to consider applying for grants under the upcoming “Super Round”.

“Community groups make up the social fabric of our regional community and these grants are an ideal chance to get a funding boost and get their important projects underway,” Mrs Frecklington said.

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund “Super Round” is offering grants up to $100,000.

Applications are now open and will close on April 30.

  • More information is available online


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