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Rotary club awarded $10,000 grant to implement youth mentoring program at high school

At-risk and disadvantaged boys at Parramatta High School will benefit from a peer-led mentoring program after Rotary Club of Parramatta City Inc was chosen from 27 community groups to receive a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s Parramatta branch. The program will be implemented in collaboration with Top Blokes Foundation.
May 22, 2017 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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Mount Gravatt youth support organisation awarded $10,000 grant for youth development program

At-risk and disengaged young people in Mount Gravatt will be able to benefit from a youth development program after Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association Mount Gravatt (PCYC Mount Gravatt) received a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s Garden City branch. PCYC Mount Gravatt was selected from 10 community groups that applied for the funds.
May 22, 2017 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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Community radio station awarded $10,000 for IT upgrade to help vision-impaired people

Vision impaired staff and volunteers at not-for-profit community radio station Queensland Radio for the Print Handicapped (4RPH Brisbane) will find it easier to make on-air announcements and contribute toward show production after receiving a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s Brisbane CBD branch. 4RPH Brisbane was selected from 15 community groups that applied for the funds.
May 19, 2017 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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Rockhampton youth support organisation award $10,000 grant for youth intervention program

At-risk young people who are disconnected from their community will be able to benefit from a transformative early intervention program after Project Booyah in partnership with Queensland Police Citizens Youth Welfare Association (PCYC Queensland) in Rockhampton received a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s Rockhampton branch. Project Booyah was selected from six community groups that applied for the funds.
May 19, 2017 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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Not-for-profit alcohol and drug treatment services awarded $10,000 grant

Windana Drug and Alcohol Recovery Inc. in Melbourne will receive a $10,000 cash grant from CUA’s William Street branch in the Melbourne CBD, after being selected from nine community groups that applied for the funds.
May 17, 2017 | Found in: news, mediarelease,
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