Including funds for a memorial obelisk, the local area will share in $150,000 worth of grants for community building projects across the South Coast.
Federal Member for Gilmore, Fiona Phillips, recently made the funding announcement.
Mrs Phillips announced that Shoalhaven City Council would get $10 000 for the Ulladulla Memorial Obelisk project.
Several other local organisations will also get funds.
The Milton Ulladulla Men's Shed will get $3,630 to install a dust extractor and Ulladulla High will get $4,624 to purchase bikes for its mountain-bike program.
Mrs Phillips said she was pleased to make such a positive announcement.
"We have a long way to go in our recovery from the bushfires and COVID-19, so these projects will really strengthen our community ties and help us get back on our feet," she said.
"We know that many local groups struggle to fund these types of purchases, particularly in hard economic times.
"I am really pleased to deliver funding for so many great projects.
"I want to sincerely thank all our local community groups for everything they have done to care for others during the bushfires - I have heard so many stories of our true community spirit and it makes me so proud to be part of the South Coast."