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CHARLES-STURT COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP GRANTS ON OFFER

This year’s Charles-Sturt Community-University Partnership grants program is now open.

Organisations and individuals across the Hastings are encouraged to apply, with funding of up to $20,000 in each grant category.

“Whether that’s art, culture, sport, education or indigenous.” – Peter Fraser, CSU Community Relations Director.

The Clontarf Foundation, an indigenous male mentoring program was among the 20-17 grant recipients.

“We chose 12 boys who had over 80% attendance throughout the year last year to take to Sydney and run in the 10km at the Blackmore’s running festival and for them I think it was an eye opener”- Zane Sparke, CSU Student.

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