Surat, Roma and Injune welcome huge funding boosts


The Gambling Community Benefit Fund has provided an incredible $206,416 to community groups across the Surat, Roma and Injune areas.

The funding round has delivered up to $35,000 per grant for regional committees, totalling to a whopping $502, 022 given across nineteen organisations Queensland wide.

Member for Warrego Ann Leahy welcomed the recent funding boost with a number of local groups and associations benefitting from the grants.

“The number of groups that have received funding for their association is incredible! The Surat Local Ambulance Committee will be able to purchase equipment with a grant of $24,545 and an awning replacement for the Roma Branch of the Red Cross will be facilitated with a grant of $24,018,” Ms Leahy says.

“Sporting groups such as the Roma Touch Association will be able to repair the veranda with a grant of $27,500 and The Roma Lions Club will be able to install a flying fox in the playground with help from a $35,000 grant.”

Ms Leahy went on to list the Mungallala Rural Fire Brigade, Riding for the Disabled and the Injune Retirement Village as further community organisations to have received funding.

The Gambling Community Benefit Funding round is still open and will close at midnight on Monday 29th February. To apply now, fill in the application form online.