$40,000 for Sydney care organisation

December 14, 2014 by J-Wire Staff
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The NSW Government has awarded a $40,ooo grant to Sydney care and refuge facility Jewish House

Gabrielle Upton

Gabrielle Upton

The funds,  provided under the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership program, were part of a $300,000 allocation announced by Gabrielle Upton, State Liberal member for Vaucluse.

She said: “There was a strong level of interest from the community for the available funds, with almost 3,000 applications received across NSW. I was pleased to recommend this funding for a local project”

Nine projects would receive $300,000 for community infrastructure committed to rebuilding NSW and creating local jobs.

Jewish House CEO Rabbi Mendel Kastel, told J-Wire: “The money is most welcome. It will be used to refurbish the kitchen and bathroom in our refuge facility.”

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