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Community and cultural initiatives take centre stage

Tuesday 15 November 2022

Eight important community and cultural initiatives will receive funding through Round 1 of AlburyCity's Community and Cultural Grants Program 2022/23.

The program provides not-for-profit community groups and individuals with funding to undertake community and cultural programs that develop community capacity, meet a community need or provide the community with a cultural experience.

AlburyCity Mayor Kylie King congratulated the successful grant recipients.

"It’s wonderful to see passionate people in our community bringing a range of initiatives to our city."

"My fellow Councillors and I are proud to support these valuable community and cultural projects," Mayor King said.

A total of $21,437 will be provided to the sucessful applicants, including:

  1. Judith Langridge - Step Out Against Violence
  2. Dr Aimee Chan - The Happy Mask Show
  3. Mrs Erica Okamura - Community Movement Connections: A Multicultural Dance Exchange
  4. Road Safety Education Limited - Road Safety Education for Young Drivers
  5. Thurgoona Public School Parents and Citizens’ Association - The Thurgoona Public School Clean-Up Australia Day
  6. Project Bantu Cultural Institute / Edielson Da Silva Miranda - Capoeira Community Workshop
  7. Murray River Fine Music - Murray River Fine Music Student Workshops and Professional Concerts Weekend
  8. Albury & Border Rescue Squad - VRA Rescue NSW - Lighten the load

Applications for Round 2 of AlburyCity's Community and Cultural Grants Program 2022/23 will open on 1 February 2023.

To find out more about the program, visit the AlburyCity website.