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Roseberry Community Services one of three funding recipients

THREE Gladstone organisations have received funding from the Gladstone Ports Corporation from a special round of funding to commemorate the port's 100 years in the community.

Welcoming Intercultural Neighbours (WIN), Roseberry Community Services and Gladstone Community Linking Agency each received $10,000 from the special fund.

Meals on Wheels Rockhampton and Bundaberg's Phoenix House Association also received $10,000 grants. The fund was established to recognise the contributions of the corporation's customers.

Topics:  gladstone ports corporation meals on wheels roseberry community services



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