$40,000 in grants for local community groups

Published on 03 November 2021

A local Lions club, junior cricketers and model railway enthusiasts are among a list of 18 community groups set to benefit from $40,000 in community grants funding. 

Other groups to receive funding include the Pathway Community Centre for its community food rescue program, and a table tennis club to buy new table tennis tables. 

See the list below for all the details. 

  • Adelaide and Hills Koala Rescue - 1300KOALAZ,  $2,795 for koala rescue equipment

  • Churches of Christ Modbury, $1,200 for defibrillator

  • Golden Grove Cricket Club, $1,192 for senior scoring tablets

  • Golden Grove Lions Club, $1,623 for laptop computer, printer and software 

  • Golden Grove Little Athletics Centre, $2,000 for public address system

  • Hope Valley Cricket Club, $3,000 for junior cricket equipment 

  • Modbury Community Children's Centre, $2,000 to support the development of outdoor learning and a playspace and a chicken coop

  • North East Human Powered Vehicles Supporters' Association, $3,000 for marquees

  • Pathway Community Centre, $3,000 for food trolleys

  • Redwood Park Primary School, for $2,000 water refill project

  • South Australian Railway Modellers Association, $1,200 for a defibrillator 

  • Tea Tree Gully Croquet Club, $2,000 for sets of balls and a hand sprayer

  • Tea Tree Gully District Cricket Club, $3,000 for netting for junior training

  •  Tea Tree Gully RSL Sub Branch, $3,000 for stackable tables 

  • Tea Tree Gully Table Tennis Club, $1,640 for new table tennis tables 

  • Tea Tree Gully Toy Library, $1,000 for soft play equipment

  • Tea Tree Gully Volleyball Association, $3,000 for laptop computers

  • The Tea Tree Gully Sportsman's Club, $3,000 for new outside tables and chairs

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