Community Grants 2023 – Round two

Outcome Overview

Congratulations to the 29 successful applicants in Round 2 of the Snowy Hydro Community Grant Program. 

The successful grants are supporting various events and initiatives such as an Indigenous mentoring program; fit-out of respite housing, community race days, shows and large regional festivals; the creation of educational signage and murals at local museums and historical societies; along with care packages for cancer victims, among others.

The successful applications align with one or more of our community commitment pillars; Health and Wellbeing, Regional Capacity Building, Education and Development and Environment. 

Community Grants Program: Round Two
Successful Funding Recipients

Congratulations to the following community groups for their detailed applications.

Adaminaby Races$10,000.00
Adaminaby Snowy Scheme Collection$7,500.00
Adelong Preschool Inc.$3,461.56
Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia$5,000.00
Cooma Monaro Race Club$7,500.00
Falling Leaf Festival Inc$5,000.00
Hydro1 Heritage Centre Inc$10,000.00
Khancoban Angling Club$2,000.00
Snowy Trout Challenge Inc.$5,000.00
Talbingo Community Association$10,000.00
Tumbafest Inc$10,000.00
Tumut & District Historical Society Inc.$3,000.00
Adelong P and A Society$2,500.00
Batlow Agricultural Show Society$2,500.00
Batlow Community and Cultural Association (Batlow Ciderfest)$5,000.00
Can Assist Tumut Branch$2,500.00
Cooma Challenge LTD$10,000.00
LifeCycle Upper Murray Inc$8,026.00
Monaro Community Access Service$9,260.00
Ngarigo Toomaroombah Kunama Namadgi Indigenous Corporation$6,000.00
Snowy Valleys Heroes Inc$2,046.49
Tumbarumba Bowling Club Ltd$6,921.99
United Hospital Auxiliaries of New South Wales Inc – Cooma Branch$1,500.00
Tumbarumba Races 2024$1,000.00
Tumut Show$2,500.00
The Salvation Army (NSW) Property Trust Cooma Corps$2,500.00
MFSR Bush Festival$5,000.00
Cooma International Disability Day$2,000.00
Tumbarumba Kids Kokoda Trek$5,000.00