A community garden will be established by St Luke’s Anglican Church at Modbury, thanks to a $6,000 community grant.
The grant was one of 20 grants approved by Tea Tree Gully Council last week, with $40,000 in total allocated for a range of projects and equipment to benefit our community.
Grants will be officially presented later in June at the Civic Centre, Modbury.
Groups to receive funding
- Ardtornish Primary School (Pedal Prix Team), $1,500 to buy a laptop computer
- Christian Outreach Centre (Lifeforce Church), $2,000 to buy and install an oven
- Edmund Rice Services Limited (Edmund Rice Camps SA) $1,500 to buy tablet devices
- Golden Grove Central Districts Baseball Club Inc. $1,500 to buy storage equipment
- Golden Grove Little Athletics Centre, $2,000 to buy two electronic starting kits
- Hope Valley Uniting Church, $2,000 to buy tables and a coffee machine
- Modbury South Primary School, $1,000 to buy coloured-coded bins
- National Trust of South Australia (Tea Tree Gully Branch), $1,170 to buy promotional banners and print brochures
- North East HPV Supporters Association Inc., $1,500 to buy tyres, tubes and windscreens
- Northern Turners Inc., $2,965 to buy two wood-turning lathes
- Pioneer Court Community Garden Inc., $500 to buy safety signs
- Rollergirl Fitness Inc., $3,000 to buy roller skates and protective equipment
- Royal Life Saving Society SA, $5,000 to develop a new arrival aquatic education program at Waterworld
- Soul Food Christian Community Inc., $1,000 to buy cooking equipment and a freezer
- St Lukes Anglican Church (Modbury), $6,000 to develop a community garden
- Talk Out Loud Ltd, $1,500 to buy a sound system and microphone
- Tea Tree Gully District Football Club, $1,500 to buy new football guernseys
- Tea Tree Gully Gem and Mineral Club Inc., $1,350 to deliver the 2019 Gem and Mineral Show event
- Tea Tree Gully Motocross Club Inc., $3,000 to buy three diesel water pumps
- Tea Tree Gully Netball Club Inc., $2,000 to training balls, match balls and coaches bags
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