Community Fund grants awarded

Oct 02, 2014

Community Fund grants awarded

A total of 18 eligible not-for-profit groups operating in the Cranbourne area have shared in $10,000 of financial grants through The Hunt Club Community Fund this year.

The annual grants are distributed by The Hunt Club estate project manager the Dennis Family Corporation. This year’s successful applicants were awarded grants of either $500 or $1,000 at the presentation function held recently at The Hunt Club Land Sales Office.

“Our Community Fund at The Hunt Club has reached its thirteenth year and has now provided more than $170,000 to local groups since its establishment,” Dennis Family Corporation Chief Executive, Peter Levinge commented.

“Each year funding is allocated to assist a variety of worthy projects in the local community,” he added.

The Dennis Family Corporation congratulates this year’s grant recipients as follows:

  • Merinda Park Learning & Community Centre
  • Cranbourne Auskick
  • Femmes Cardinia/Casey Community Services
  • Cranbourne Stroke Support Group
  • Cranbourne Police Senior Citizens Register
  • Society of St Vincent De Paul Inc. - Cranbourne Conference
  • Cranbourne Primary School
  • Cranbourne Information & Support Service Inc.
  • St Therese’s Primary School
  • Men’s Shed Junction Village Inc.
  • Cancer Council Victoria - Relay for Life
  • Angel Light Link
  • Cranbourne Casey Men’s Shed
  • Cranbourne Arthritis Support Group
  • Salvation Army - Cranbourne
  • U3A Cranbourne
  • Cranbourne Lions Choir Incorporated
  • Clarendon Street Child Care Co-Operative

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