Hon Liza Harvey MLA

Hon Liza Harvey MLA

Former Deputy Premier; Minister for Police; Road Safety; Training and Workforce Development; Women's Interests

    Local road safety projects boosted by grants

    10/10/2016 10:30 AM
     
    • 24 community groups receive funding to help reduce road trauma 

    A total of 24 Western Australian community groups will share in $49,570 thanks to the first round of the Liberal National Government's Road Safety Community Grants Program for 2016-17.

     

    Deputy Premier and Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey said the latest round of road safety grants supported local communities producing projects with a road safety focus.

     

    "The grants will be used at a grassroots level for road safety projects and events, such as the City of Bunbury RoadWise Committee's 'M8 the call can W8' campaign against using your mobile phone behind the wheel," Ms Harvey said.

     

    "Road safety is a shared responsibility and these grants will continue to encourage community groups to participate in a range of road safety initiatives."

     

    Successful organisations receiving funds in the August round of submissions include:

     

    Project nameAmount
    Turn up in Blue 2016 - Are You in the Driver's Seat$600
    Wyalkatchem Wheatbelt Markets and Other Events$1,000
    Chittering Vintage and Veteran Car Day$1,000
    2016 Esperance CCI Business Excellence Awards$600
    BCC Music Concert$1,000
    Kids 'n' Cars$500
    The Twin Cities Walk$1,000
    Battle of the Bands$1,000
    Summer Concert in the Park Series 2017$1,000
    St Mary's Moonlight Movie Night$1,000
    Gnowangerup Summer Fair$900
    Summer Outdoor Movie Program$1,300
    Southern Cross Car and Bike Show and Swap Meet$1,300
    Forage Community Garden summer workshop and event series$1,300
    Esperance Museum Village Markets$1,300
    Australia Day Breakfast 2017$400
    Northam Farmers Market$1,300
    Volunteering WA grant writing and communication styles$420
    Norseman Gold Fever Festival$1,000
    Corrigin End of Year Street Party 2016$1,000
    Esperance Foreshore Festival and Fireworks 2016$1,300
    Bolgart Primary School centenary celebration$500
    Supreme Australian Working Sheepdog Championship 2016$1,000
    M8 the call can W8 Campaign$27,850
     $49,570

     

    A total of $360,000 is available from the Road Trauma Trust Account for community groups under the Road Safety Community Grants Program in the 2016-17 financial year.

     

    Fact File

    Deputy Premier and Road Safety Minister's office - 6552 5900

     

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