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Pittwater Clubs Secure Defib Grants

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Sporting clubs and organisations in Pittwater have been successful in securing grant funding under the latest round of the NSW Government’s Local Sport Defibrillator Program.

Under the $4 million program, sporting clubs and groups receive 50 percent towards the purchase and maintenance of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). Early access to CPR and defibrillation can influence cardiac arrest survival rates by up to 75 percent.

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Wave of Funding Continues for Pittwater Surf Clubs

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes today said he is delighted to see record NSW Government funding continue to flow to Pittwater’s surf life saving clubs.

South Narrabeen, Warriewood, Narrabeen Beach and Whale Beach Surf Life Saving Clubs will share in over $370,000 announced today under the NSW Government’s 2018/19 Surf Club Facility Program. The funds will support projects ranging from solar panel installation through to new training rooms.

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Toys ‘n’ Tucker Christmas Appeal

Monday, 10 December 2018

Member for Pittwater Rob Stokes is encouraging local residents, businesses, and community groups to make a contribution to Anglicare’s Toys ‘n’ Tucker Christmas appeal.

Christmas can be a time of stress and worry for many families. Unfortunately some parents contemplate going hungry so their children can have something special on the day.

Toys ‘n’ Tucker is part of Anglicare’s annual Christmas campaign where donations of non-perishable foods and new toys are collected and packed into hampers for families across Sydney who would otherwise go without.

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Funding Boost for Pittwater Schools

Friday, 07 December 2018

Member for Pittwater and NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes has announced more than $4.3 million for additional learning initiatives in Pittwater’s eleven public schools.

The Resource Allocation Model (RAM) funding is part of the NSW Government’s commitment to needs-based funding and represents an increase of more than $450,000 on last year’s allocation.

Pittwater’s public schools will receive an average of $394,000 in additional resource funding in 2019.

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