Council confirms third round of Community Assistance Program Grants

Published on Monday, 20 May 2024 at 4:23:55 PM

A third suite of projects funded through the City’s 2023/24 Community Assistance Program were given Council’s endorsement. The six successful recipients sharing in a total of $43,917 include: 

  • Busselton Community Garden - rooftop solar system.
  • Busselton Hockey Association – grandstand replacement.
  • Busselton Jetty Inc – solar system with battery storage for Underwater Observatory.
  • Busselton Men’s Shed – replacement of common room chairs for community use.
  • Radiance Network South West – feasibility study for a community hub.
  • Waratah Support Centre – family and domestic violence prevention posters and coasters, and volunteer upskilling.

Each year, the City provides financial assistance to community groups and not-for-profit organisations through the Community Assistance Program. This assistance is provided for programs, services and projects that contribute to the social, environmental and cultural development of the district. To find out more about funding opportunities provided by the City, visit the City’s website – Community Funding and Grants

Objectives outlined in this statement are aligned with the City of Busselton’s Strategic Community Plan (2021 - 2031) Key Themes Lifestyle: A place that is relaxed, safe and friendly with services and facilities that support our lifestyle. 

Photo for general use - recipients:

  • Cate Ham – Community Garden Grants Office
  • Robyn McNeil Stadium Manager - Karen Beyon Board Member- Choe Heslewood Association Officer
  • Robyn Wilson Program Manager Waratah

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