Robert Out (Rector Padua College), Lisa Marini (President Padua College P&F), and students. The P&F are using their grant to buy new instruments for their musical immersion program.
18 May 2016 –
The Queensland Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund makes grants of up to $35,000 available to not-for-profit sporting, community, arts, and social organisations. The next round closes at midnight on 31 May.
For details or to apply visit www.justice.qld.gov.au/corporate/sponsorships-and-grants/grants/community-benefit-funding-programs
In the most recent round, local groups received $127,360 in grants.
The successful local groups were; The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation, Stafford State School P&C, Padua College P&F, Australian Scottish Community Qld, Local Uniting Church, and Chermside Burul Scouting Group.
Meeting with Ian Campbell, President of the Australian Scottish Community Qld Inc last week. The association received $8,220 for a new trailer.