Wenty helps the local communityby Christopher Baluyot | Mar 10,2012
Each year local welfare organisations apply for funding from Wenty
Leagues and other local clubs through the ClubGrants scheme.
Applications for funding are ranked by a Committee which includes
Holroyd City Council and Holroyd Interagency representing local charities.
On Thursday 9 August local organisations were presented with over
$360,000 in grants, of which Wenty Leagues was the largest benefactor
providing grants in excess of $160,000 to 13 projects (one of which was
joint funded with another club).
$18,000 Bridge for Asylum Seekers Foundation
$17,444 Cumberland Women’s Health Centre Inc
$12,870 Holroyd High School P&C Association
$4,000 Hospital Art Australia Inc
$40,000 Mars Hill Café Inc
$9,220 Parramatta West Public School P&C
$3,600 Royal Rehabilitation Centre
$3,575 St Anthony’s Parish Church
$6,800 Technical Aid to the Disabled
$10,000 The Australian Genies
$19,570 The Hills Holroyd Parramatta Migrant Resource Centre
$11,775 Toongabbie District Girl Guides
$3,550 Toongabbie Legal Centre Inc
We wish all of the recipients the best of luck with their projects and look
forward to hearing about their success.