The South Burnett Junior Motorcycle Club is one of ten local community groups to receive a grant from the latest round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund

June 7, 2024

Ten South Burnett community groups will receive a total of $304,027 in grants from the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

The results of Round 120 were released on Friday (June 7).

The successful applicants were:

  • Brooklands Rural Fire Brigade – $35,000 to upgrade facility
  • Burnett Catchment Care Association – $14,350 to buy equipment
  • Goomeri Pumpkin Festival – $35,000 to host festival
  • Kingaroy Christmas Carnival Committee – $35,000 to host carnival
  • Kingaroy Netball Association – $35,000 to build shed
  • Kumbia & District Golf Club – $14,260 to install solar system
  • Moffatdale State School P&C – $34,932 to buy musical equipment
  • South Burnett Junior Motorcycle Club – $34,395 to build a supercross track
  • Wondai PA&I Society – $33,500 to buy a utility vehicle, trailer and spray tank
  • Yarraman & District Men’s Shed – $32,590 to buy a bobcat

They were among 588 organisations and not-for-profits across Queensland to share almost $15 million in grant funding to support initiatives improving community services, facilities and the wellbeing of Queenslanders

Round 120 is the first of three funding rounds this year.

Applications for grants of up to $100,000 under Round 121, the 30th Anniversary Super round, have now closed.

Applications for grants up to $35,000 under Round 122 will open in September.


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