The Andrews Labor Government is protecting Victoria’s culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities from gambling harm by funding new targeted prevention projects.
Two businesses in Dandenong, Chobani Pty Ltd and Moondarra Cheese, have recently been awarded $21,500 in grants to help reduce their energy usage under the $6.1 million Victorian Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Program.
Member for Dandenong, Gabrielle Williams, today announced that the Andrews Labor Government will invest $1,914,000 in Dandenong North Primary School as part of its program to remove asbestos from old school buildings, and replace them with brand new ones.
Buckley Ridges Cricket Club is one of 93 grassroots clubs across the state benefiting from more than $250,000 in facility upgrades, equipment and programs to encourage even more people to strap on their pads.
Sporting clubs in Dandenong will share in more than $8,000 in funding to help meet the explosion in demand for grassroots women’s sport and social sport thanks to the latest round of health promotion foundation VicHealth’s Active Club Grants.
Gabrielle Williams MP today announced Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service will receive a $300,000 funding boost as part of a grants program under the Andrews Labor Government.
Dandenong’s Chisholm TAFE Campus will once again be forced to bear the brunt of Liberal cuts with Matthew Guy’s plan for a cost audit.
Women in Dandenong are being encouraged to take up BreastScreen Victoria’s free breast screening program thanks to a push from their local member.
Young people in Dandenong will have more access to the training and support they need to get a job thanks to additional funding for early school leavers and the long-term unemployed.
A business in Dandenong South will soon benefit from improved productivity and reduced operating costs thanks to a Sustainability Victoria Boosting Business Productivity grant, from the Andrews Labor Government.