Community Grant program for 2021 has now closed

Posted: 29th May 2021

Not-for profit community organisations based on the Central Coast and serving the Central Coast community were eligible to apply. Applications closed on 7th May 2021, and five organisations were chosen by the RCWW Board to each receive $1000 towards their community programs.

Congratulations

On Tuesday 25th May 2021 we celebrated  a wonderful community occasion as we welcomed representatives of the 5 recipient organisations of our 2021 Community Grants program to join us at a special club meeting to speak about the work they do. Each expressed thanks for the funds towards running their programs and services which help to improve the lives of the vulnerable in our community. The successful organisations were: Mary Macs (Woy Woy), Mingaletta Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Corporation (Umina), Ngaruki Gulgul Ltd (t/a NG Central School) (Kariong), Peninsula News (Umina) and Riding for the Disabled (Somersby). 

Enquiries

Please CONTACT US is you have any questions about the RCWW Community Grants or would like more information about our club.
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