GRANTS OPEN FOR COUNTRY FOOTY AND NETBALL CLUBS

The Andrews Labor Government is giving growing footy and netball clubs in country Victoria and outer metropolitan locations another chance to secure funding to upgrade grounds, courts and pavilions to welcome more members than ever before. Labor Member for Northern Vitoria, Mark Gepp today encouraged local clubs to consider applying for the next round of…

BUILDING THE FACILITIES OUR VETERANS DESERVE

The Andrews Labor Government and Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp are inviting local organisations that support veterans to apply now for grants of up to $200,000 to spruce up their buildings and facilities. Minister for Veterans Robin Scott today opened a new funding round for the Veterans Capital Works Grant Program, which helps eligible…

REBATES HELPING VICTORIANS REDUCE WATER BILLS

Two innovative community rebate programs funded by the Andrews Labor Government are helping Victorians doing it tough to reduce their water bills. Since July 2015, Victorian urban water corporations have delivered the government funded Community Rebate Program to assist their vulnerable customers and those experiencing hardship. Labor Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp said 11,000…

CALL FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY

The Andrews Labor Government is calling on community groups, councils and schools to use their local knowledge to improve road safety Northern Victoria. Labor Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp encouraged locals to apply for grants of up to $50,000 through the Towards Zero Challenge Program. The focus of this year’s program is addressing driver…

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR GRAFFITI PREVENTION GRANTS

The Andrews Labor Government is helping local communities to protect their neighbourhoods from illegal graffiti, with applications now open for the Graffiti Prevention Grants program. Northern Victorian community groups can team up with their local council to apply for a grant of up to $30,000 to tackle graffiti vandalism in their neighbourhoods and increase perceptions…