Kemps Creek United Football Club have received $7000 to purchase new uniforms and provide coaching accreditation training for volunteer coaches under the Local Sports Grant program.
Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies presented the club the money when opening the new lighting upgrades and awning for Bill Anderson Reserve.
A funding grant of $10,000 was contributed to the floodlights through the Sports and Recreations Grant program.
“Our sporting clubs are the lifeblood of our community,” she said.
“It is vital that as a government we support every sporting club to ensure they can continue to provide the community with a range of invaluable skills.
“Participation in sport contributes to health and wellbeing of individuals and communities and that is why the NSW government is committed to supporting our local clubs to maintain and grow participation.
“We are committed to upgrading and providing new infrastructure for sporting clubs across the community. I encourage all sporting clubs to contact me to discuss the needs for your sporting club.”
- For details on grants that sporting clubs could be eligible for visit: sport.nsw.gov.au/clubs/grants.