More than $530,000 for projects that support vulnerable South Australians
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An inclusive play space for families fleeing domestic violence, a new playground and a kitchen upgrade to produce nutritious meals for the community are among 36 not-for-profit projects to receive a grant of up to $25,000 to support vulnerable South Australians and communities.
More than $530,000 will be dispersed across the state, including regional areas, as part of the latest round of funding from Grants SA, part of the Department of Human Services.
The Reconnect Grant round was designed to support projects that help South Australians reconnect with each other and their communities.Page last updated : 17 Aug 2021