Easternwell grants program to support local communities
Easternwell, a subsidiary of Broadspectrum, has opened its community grants program and is encouraging groups, clubs and associations to apply for funding of up to $2,000.
Established in 2011, the program provides financial and social assistance in regions where Easternwell has key operations including the Surat Basin and Toowoomba.
Designed to support groups, clubs and associations that are making a difference in their community, Easternwell has delivered a helping hand to 248 organisations, said Chief Executive for Resources, Tim Phelan.
“Last year our grass-roots program provided funding for all sorts of projects including white goods and appliances, timber slatted bench seats, watering and gardening equipment, a mower, breast pumps and supplies and ingredients for breakfast club programs.
“We strive to build regional strength by supporting social activities in the communities where we work, and our grants program is just one of the ways we’re creating lasting benefits for community organisations that need it most.”
Since establishing the program, Easternwell has awarded more than $400,000 to 248 organisations including Surat Aboriginal Corporation, RSL Roma Sub Branch, Roma Community Menshed, Injune State School P and C, Roma Pony Club, Dalby Croquet Club, Toowoomba Women's Collective, Quota International of Toowoomba, Toowoomba & District Multiple Birth Association, Goombungee State School P & C, Highfields Scout Group and Back Plains State School P & C.
Easternwell is encouraging people who are involved with community groups to apply for funding to assist with genuine need projects to support the sustainability of community services.
Applications must be received before 30 June 2020. For more information visit www.easternwell.com.au/communitygrants.com.au
Easternwell is a subsidiary of Broadspectrum, providing innovative solutions across the social, defence, property, infrastructure, resources and industrial sectors.