For the Heathcote electorate I have secured $298,452 in funding for a total of 16 projects through the NSW Government’s 2020 Community Building Partnership Program.

The State Government funds will deliver much-needed improvements to local facilities.

This grassroots funding will directly help create a more vibrant and inclusive local community with positive social and recreational outcomes.

I congratulate all the organisations that were successful in their application and look forward to seeing how these projects make a real difference for community groups in the area.

The full list of successful projects in the Heathcote electorate for the 2020 round are:

  • $4,558 for Hope Community Church Menai for Urgent Replacement of Outdoor Equipment for Community Playtime Group
  • $30,000 for Loftus P & C Association for Nature Play Area
  • $10,000 for Coalcliff Surf Lifesaving Club Inc. for SLSI Assets Renewal Program – Coalcliff SLSC IRB Hull
  • $22,176 for Garie Surf Life Saving Club Inc. for Strengthen Patrol Capacity through purchase of an IRB
  • $22,948 for Engadine Preschool Kindergarten for Refurbishment of Engadine Preschool’s kitchen
  • $9,950 for Boys’ Town, Engadine for Ride Along With Us
  • $31,000 for Marton Public School Parents and Citizens Association for Creating a sun smart outside play and learning area
  • $27,000 for Uca-Sutherland for Replacement of Box Gutters and Carpet
  • $20,000 for Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) for Electronic Sign for Aspect SES School for Autistic Children (Loftus)
  • $30,000 for Yarrawarrah Tigers Junior Baseball Club for Batting Cage
  • $22,000 for Australian Air League Sutherland Shire Squadron for New Female Bathroom and Refurbishment of Existing Bathroom
  • $30,000 for Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW Ltd for Installation of new automatic doors at PCYC Sutherland
  • $33,820 for Church of Christ Engadine (Connect Church Engadine) for Solar system renewable energy and air-conditioning project
  • $5,000 for Engadine Crusaders Football Club for Store Room Safety

Applications for the 2021 Program open in early 2021.

For more information about the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, visit