The Pigeon House Day Club have received a grant worth almost $2000 as part of a veteran and community grant given out by the federal government.
The Club received the grant in December and were notified in the new year.
“This funding is designed to boost the health and wellbeing of our Veterans,” said Federal Member for Gilmore, Ann Sudmalis MP.
The Pigeon House Day Club will use the money to purchase equipment that will enhance their programs including a new laptop computer, a mobile microphone and projectors.
The club went through a lengthy application process to get their grant and are looking forward to being able to update their equipment.
The grant is still open for any veteran representative groups and private organisations that promote independence and quality of life for veterans and any of these groups are encouraged to contact Ann Sudmalis’s office on 44231782 or email Ann.Sudmalis.MP@aph.gov.au to find out if they are eligible to apply.
The Pigeon House Day Club runs regular excursions through the year, and meet weekly on a Tuesday morning at the ExServos Club from 10am.
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