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$175,500 TO BUILD NEW OUTDOOR LEARNING SPACE AT CHALCOT LODGE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Chalcot Lodge Primary School is one of 93 schools across Victoria sharing in $15 million to build all-access play areas, sensory gardens and outdoor learning areas to support students with disabilities and additional needs, under the latest rounds of the Andrews Labor Government’s $30 million Inclusive Schools Fund.

BOOSTING COMMUNITY SAFETY IN ENDEAVOUR HILLS

The Andrews Labor Government has announced funding for the lighting at the Charles Green Reserve, improving perceptions of safety and community confidence in the area.

GREAT LOCAL IDEAS SECURE FUNDING THROUGH PICK MY PROJECT

The We Care Community Shed has secured vital funding through Pick My Project – the Andrews Labor Government’s ground-breaking program that gives locals the power to choose the projects their community needs.

MORE SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN CASEY

A new program to support vulnerable young people in the City of Casey has received funding, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.

NEW POLICE STARTING IN DANDENONG

People in Dandenong will see more police on the streets, with an additional 12 frontline police officers starting with local police stations this month, following record investment from the Andrews Labor Government for the biggest boost to resources in Victoria Police’s history.

$4,500 FUNDING FOR LOCAL LANDCARE VOLUNTEERS

The Andrews Labor Government is providing more than $2.8 million in funding to help support community volunteers and young people protecting Victoria’s biodiversity.

FUNDING BOOST FOR DANDENONG TREATMENT SERVICES

Dandenong will soon have access to better mental health, drug and alcohol support, close to home, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Facilities Renewal Grants Fund to improve services across the state.

VICTORIAN BUSINESSES AWARDED ENERGY ASSESSMENT GRANTS

Bombardier Transportation in Dandenong South has recently been awarded a grant to help reduce its energy usage under the $6.1 million Victorian Government’s Boosting Business Productivity Program.