Manor Lakes Community Fund grants pass $200,000 mark

Oct 20, 2012

Manor Lakes Community Fund Members

The 2012 Manor Lakes Community Fund grant recipients were announced at a presentation ceremony evening at Manor Lakes Land Sales Office on October 18.

The Dennis Family Corporation congratulates the following organisations which were awarded grants through the 2012 Manor Lakes Community Fund:

  • AFL Auskick Manor Vale ... for equipment replacement
  • Hararian Community Association of Australia ... towards sports activities for disadvantaged kids
  • Hoppers Crossing Tennis Club ... towards furniture for new venue
  • Hoppers Crossing Uniting Church ... towards the Manor Lakes Aged Care Pastoral Care Music & Meditation program
  • Iramoo Kindergarten ... towards an update and enhancement of front of building and grounds
  • Iramoo Softball Club ... to purchase new uniforms for junior players
  • Manor Court Aged Care ... for monthly barbecues
  • Our Lady of the Southern Cross Parents and Friends Committee ... to purchase an outdoor storage shed for student tools and learning materials
  • St Peter's Junior Basketball Club ... for its 'Skills and Determination" program
  • United Church of New Zealand in Victoria ... for the purchase of musical instruments for its youth group
  • Uniting Aged Care ... towards a respite comfort room
  • Werribee Giants Baseball Club ... for Rookie Ball equipment
  • Werribee Little Athletics ... for extra technology for new equipment
  • Western Melbourne Volunteer Branch of Make-A-Wish Australia ... to assist recruitment and training
  • Western Suburbs Lymphoedema Support Group ... for support and information services to sufferers of Lymphoedema
  • Wyndham All Abilities Football & Cricket Club ... to purchase new football equipment
  • Wyndham Rotary Club ... towards the Wyndham Rotary Club Fun Run
  • Wyndham Vale Fire Brigade ... to provide small personal operational equipment kits for members

Mr Levinge said that the Dennis Family Corporation was delighted to be contacted by several first time applicants this year.

“Attracting interest from new groups each year adds to the awareness of the Manor Lakes Community Fund. This year’s recipient groups once again represent a broad cross-section of the local community, with the grants being utilised for a variety of special activities and initiatives,” he stated.

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