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The $1.45 million refurbishment of change rooms at Des Penman Memorial Reserve in Nollamara has been officially opened.
Five Kimberley sporting groups are among 17 groups receiving funds under the latest rounds of the Active Regional Communities grants program and the North West Travel Subsidy initiative.
A grant program opening soon will support Western Australian Aboriginal people and organisations to undertake trips to renew links between community, Country and culture.
The State Government has committed $600,000 of funding per year for two years to support club development.
Applications are now open to the Collaboration category of the DLGSC and Lotterywest Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program.
Regional Western Australia will become a hive of arts and cultural activity thanks to three grant programs opening this month, as part of the Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP).
A new after-school program for Aboriginal youth in the Great Southern town of Tambellup will receive funding for a co-ordinator thanks to a State Government funding program.
Community sport and recreation projects are set to receive $100,000 under the State Government's Targeted Participation Program.
Applications are now open to the DLGSC and Lotterywest Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program.
The arts play a significant role in supporting communities to tackle disruption and re-establish local connection, strength and resilience beyond the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donnybrook is set for a big upgrade of its sport facilities as part of the State Government's WA Recovery Plan.
The State Government has today announced the completion of vital construction works to combat erosion at Apex Reserve, on the Canning River Foreshore in Mount Pleasant.
The State Government has announced one of the most significant investments in sport and community infrastructure in Western Australian history, with a $300 million package as part of the WA Recovery Plan.
Esperance's new $7.8 million indoor sports stadium was officially opened today and is ready for the start of the winter netball season this weekend.
The State Government has responded to the needs of the culture and the arts sector in Western Australia, providing $23.4 million in funding and support as part of COVID-19 responses.
The State Government, through Lotterywest, has provided the biggest agenda of grants — in number and value-making up more than $47.5 million in crucial funding to the Western Australian community.
A $195,000 relief fund will be available for eligible regional art galleries that had to cancel exhibitions and close their doors due to COVID-19.
A new $1 million grant program will provide vital funding to support ongoing creative and cultural activity in Western Australia's regions.
Local governments around Western Australia are to share $1.75m to help fund 27 sport and recreation infrastructure projects to support their communities.
The State Government will fast-track $12 million in funding applications for community sport and recreation projects to expedite the projects and support Western Australia's economy as part of the COVID-19 recovery.
Grants for WA schools to promote and advance reconciliation.
Funding assistance of $1000 is available for your school to complete a
PALS project. PALS projects are varied, and your school may already be
involved with initiatives that are eligible for PALS funding. PALS
funding is available to all WA primary and
secondary schools and encourages schools with and without Aboriginal
students to participate.
PALS is an initiative of the department which encourages WA schools to
develop projects that promote reconciliation in their local community.
PALS is based on the core attributes of:
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