North Burnett community clubs are cashing in

NORTH Burnett clubs are more than $220,000 richer thanks to the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants from the state government.

The huge financial windfall, announced recently, is available to eligible not-for-profits as part of Queensland's largest one-off grants program, distributing approximately $53 million per year.

Applications are submitted for between $500 and $35,000 to enhance the capacity of local groups to provide services, leisure activities and opportunities for communities.

North Burnett grants

  • Mundubbera Bowls Club: $15,000.00
  • Mundubbera Show Society: $35,000.00
  • Monto & District Show Society: $35,000.00
  • Monto Junior Soccer Club: $9,466.80
  • Isis Croquet Club: $9,600.00
  • Isis Multicultural Group Inc: $22,298.80
  • Gayndah Swimming Club: $35,000.00
  • Eidsvold Boxing Club: $30,469.00
  • Coalstoun Lakes & District Soldiers: $4,840.00
  • Burnett Cutters Sports Association: $4,668.50
  • Boynewood State School: $3,650.00
  • Biggenden Historical Society: $18,624.77

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