Community Living and Respite Services has welcomed $70,000 in funding for its Minor St Project.REBECCA KERR August 26, 2014 3:05am
Community Living and Respite Services have received more than $70,000 for its Minor St project.
‘‘The council funding will cover the furnishing and white goods purchased for the project. Yesterday was a really exciting day.’’
Mrs Barry said she was confident the target would be reached by February after CLRS hosted a major fundraising dinner and she was already considering what’s next.
‘‘We’re always asked what’s next and we make those decisions by listening to the people we support and their families. I’d like to do something similar in the future but for now the focus is on funding this project,’’ she said.
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