CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY FOR MAITLAND’S 2018 CBP RECIPIENTS
Maitland PCYC is celebrating after receiving funding from the 2018 Community Building Partnership program to properly secure its carpark.
Twelve projects have received a share of the $330,000 for Maitland provided by the NSW Government.
The PCYC can now install boundary fencing, signage and access controls for the carpark with their $75,000 grant.
Other successful recipients to receive an early Christmas present this year include public schools, sporting clubs and community organisations.
Projects to be funded include;
• A Meals on Wheels kitchen upgrade with more than $26,000 for Beresfield and District Community Care;
• Creation of a multipurpose community space for all levels of mobility with a $20,000 grant for St Peter’s Anglican Church East Maitland;
• Aspect Hunter School for Kids with Autism has $20,000 for a playground safety upgrade;
• Early Links Inclusion Support Service Inc. receives $15,000 to refurbish an existing administrative office space for eight additional staff members and provide storage space and a small meeting area;
• Gillieston Public School P&C receives $6,500 towards a shelter over new play equipment; and,
• Maitland Hunting Club’s $3,500 will renew security fencing bordering a wetland.
A full list of the successful projects for this year’s CBP program can be found here.
Community Building Partnership assists with funding of infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental and recreational outcomes by promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion.
Quotes attributable to Member for Maitland Jenny Aitchison
“I congratulate all of Maitland’s recipients of the 2018 Community Building Partnership grants. This program allows these organisations the opportunity to receive state government funding and undertake projects they normally wouldn’t have the money to bring to reality.”
“To all of Maitland’s applicants I say a big thank you for taking the time to nominate your project. There was strong a field of projects submitted and I look forward to seeing our community’s nominations in 2019.”