Yathella Hall -- now home to the Junee Motor Club

$187,146 in funding for local Junee community organisations and sporting clubs

Successful Grants

Six organisations based in Junee Shire recently shared in $187,146 worth of funding for seven different projects.

These organisations included Junee Business and Trades, Junee Motor Club, Junee Community Centre, Junee Show Society, Junee Junior Rugby League Football Club, and Cooinda Court who received funding thanks to two seperate grants… and the funding will provide essential upgrades to local community facilities and encourage organisational growth and sustainability!

Investing in Rural Community Futures

Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal
Funded by Foundation for Regional and Regional Renewal (FRRR)
The IRCF program is in its’ fourth year supporting local not-for-profits in Junee. The programs goal is to support and build the capacity of locally-led organisations, so that they’re better equipped to deliver on their purpose and serve their communities.

Natalie Egleton, FRRR CEO, said “This program is quite unique in the sense that it has operated over a number of years. This means that we get to go on a journey with these organisations, addressing issues they identify and working towards achieving the goals outlined in the road mapping process on what’s almost a step-by-step basis.”

“At this stage of the program, the majority of the local NFPs being funded have previously received a grant through the program and are consolidating their efforts or building capacity to engage in more collaborative projects. The ongoing support and resources provided by this program give the community consistency and the ability to plan for the long-term, both of which are crucial for creating sustainability and self-sufficiency in the future, once the program comes to a close,” Ms Egleton said.

You can learn more about some of the other Junee not-for-profit community organisations and their projects that FRRR have previously funded under IRCF, by reading:

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ClubGrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants, Community Infrastructure stream, July 2022

 
Funded by the NSW Government
The objective of the Clubgrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants program is to fund the costs of construction, alteration, renovation, completion and fit-out of buildings and community infrastructure to deliver outcomes for disadvantaged NSW communities including regional, remote and drought-affected areas, culturally and linguistically diverse, disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and disaster-affected communities.

Cooinda Court Aged Care Facility successfully obtained funding for the installation of solar panels on the facility’s roofs and to purchase furniture and equipment for a new community meeting room.

Cooinda Court join Gasworks Motorsport Inc and the Rotary Club of Junee (both of whom received funding in the July 2021) in successfully receiving funding via the ClubGrants Infrastructure grants to bring essential upgrades to local, community operated, facilities in Junee Shire.

Read more about other projects funded under ClubGrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants, as well as projects that have applications submitted under later rounds and are waiting with baited breath for the results.

clubgrants category 3 infrastructure grants – october 2022 round »

And don’t forget to checkout the other projects from across NSW that were also funded — they could provide a great idea for YOUR ORGANISATION to apply for funding in future rounds or other grant opportunities…

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Community Building Partnership

 
Funded by the NSW Government
Through the Community Building Partnership, the NSW Government invests in infrastructure projects that promote community participation and inclusion — such as access ramps, car park upgrades and equipment sheds.

Since 2018, over nine organisations have received just shy of $140,000 funding from the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership fund for projects based within Junee Shire.

The round 2022 saw two local organisations based with Junee Shire (Junee Motor Club and Cooinda Court) join twenty other community organisations from across the Cootamundra Electorate to share in $400,000 of funding.

To learn more about projects in Junee Shire that previously funded under past rounds of the Community Building Partnership fund, please visit

community building partnership program for 2022 now open »

And don’t forget to checkout the other projects from across regional NSW that were also funded — they could provide a great idea for YOUR ORGANISATION to apply for funding in future rounds or other grant opportunities…

successful cbp grants »