BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

                                                                                                                               13.4 - Attachment 1

APPLICATIONS FOR DONATIONS – SECTION 356 DONATIONS 2016/17

E2016/66246

DONATIONS TOCOMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS, OTHER GROUPS AND PERSONS

 

Name of Community Organisation or Individual
Contact person and details

Org type, registered charity?

Category and Purpose of donation

Donation Requested

Other Financial Assistance

Will project proceed with part donation granted?

Impact the activity will have on the community?

Other information provided.

Community of interest who have benefit

Management Comment

1.  S.H.I.F.T. Project Byron Inc
Anne Goslett
anne@shiftproject.org.au

(E2016/64719)

Incorporated

Registered Charity, DGR status (proof provided)

Homelessness – Kitchen Enterprise (Phase 3) a social enterprise delivering training and work experience in a manner easily accessible by disadvantaged people.

$3000

Yes

Started as FRRR funded kitchen education module. Donations from various sources throughout 2015/16 FY.

Yes

Accessible hospitality training for 20 disadvantaged people, work experience, support and pathways for clients to find local employment, life-skills.

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

2.  Byron Youth Theatre & Byron Youth Service

Lisa Apostolides and Teeya Blatt

Byronyouththeatre2481@gmail.com

(E2016/64231)

BYS is Not-for-profit incorporated association. BYT is auspiced by BYS. DGR status proof provided.

Arts/music – to tour local schools and provide a public performance of  a Youth Suicide Production for years 9&10. The production would highlight complex issues which lead to suicide and educate young people in how to recognise early signs and where to access help.

$5,000

No

Yes – will apply for other grants

1,000 local young people, 250 – 500 older community members (public performance)

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

3.  Liberation Larder Inc

Helen Hamilton

Liberation_larder@gmail.com

(E2016/64694)

Charity with DGR status (proof provided)

People in need – provides 550 meals a week. Seeks to upgrade the Fletcher St kitchen to comply with Council requirements and provide a facility that will enable hospitality training programs to take place in the kitchen.

$7,500

No

Yes – will prioritise needs and continue to seek funding

Volunteers with Liberation Larder will benefit (60+) from safer more efficient work space. SHIFT and Lib Larder will benefit from access to a reliable training venue.

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

4.  Byron Youth Service

Teeya Blatt

manager@bys.org.au

(E2016/64487)

Registered charity. Not-for-profit incorporated association with volunteer Management Committee. (proof provided)

Community Building – new signage for Byron Youth Service (including new logo and if Council fund, also Council logo) at the YAC and The Cottage in Mullumbimby. Current signage is over 10 years old and unsightly with graffiti. Purchase 5 signs – 4 for YAC and one for the Cottage.

$1878

No

Yes will source from other donations.

Hard to measure – visitors to the YAC. Aim to improve the perception of safety. Recent installation of a fence, change of logos and branding and new painting, the signs will assist with changing perceptions of the area.

Byron Bay

Amount includes an admin charge of $245. Amount recommended reduced by $245 and then 65%.

5.  Main Arm Upper Public School P&C Association

Heather Pheloung

heather@pheloung.co.uk

(E2016/64489)

School P&C Association. Registered Charity (proof provided)

Education/ training – to build an outdoor Pizza Oven with associated prep and serving area and learning circle seating and expand existing Stephanie Alexandra Kitchen program.

$5,000

No

Not specified

Main Arm school community – number not specified. Will provide benefits related to using the outdoor environment as an additional teacher, invite elders to dinner prepared and cooked by students, social engagement, learning skills for future employment, sourcing and supporting local farmers and markets, school fundraisers, outdoor learning space and enhance existing program.

Main Arm school community

Recommended 65% of request.

Main Arm is identified as a socio-economic disadvantaged area.

6.  Bush Food Living Classroom at Federal Community Children’s Centre

Rachel Heaton

rachheaton@gmail.com

(E2016/64479)

Not-for-profit community based early childhood facility. Registered Charity. (proof provided)

Education/ training – natural playspace and local native bush food garden. Partnership between Widjabul custodians and wider community to provide educational and social benefits. To provide materials for volunteers in the garden including PPE and basic tools.

$500

Yes – FRRR – not yet announced

Yes

54 children at the centre and community of Federal (pop 211) and Widjabul custodians.

Federal

Recommend full amount. Added benefit of working with Indigenous elders.

7.  Mullumbimby Community Preschool

Dianne Davison

mullumpreschool@gmail.com

(E2016/55221)

Incorporated association (proof provided of tax exempt charitable entity)

Childcare/ youth services – to purchase pole protectors for new/ replaced shade structure over swing set which was destroyed in a storm in June.

$500

No

No

40 children at the centre

Mullumbimby

Recommend full amount.

8.  Australia Indonesia Arts Alliance

Judy Shelley

judybyronbay@yahoo.com

(E2016/63189)

Incorporated association and registered charity (proof provided)

Multicultural/ Ethnic – to present annual Harmony Day and hold regular multicultural gatherings throughout Byron Shire inviting people of all ethnic, indigenous and cultural backgrounds to participate.

$5,000

No

Yes – scaleable and other fundraising

Approx. 2000+ participants at various events

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

9.  Bangalow Land and Rivecare Inc

Liz Gander

Bangalowlandcare@gmail.com

Incorporated, volunteer org. operates under Landcare Australia (proof provided)

Environment – purchase materials for information day displays and promotion at markets and other events AND purchase bush regeneration tools.

$1426

Yes but doesn’t specify where funds came from. $4038.20 in FY 2015/16.

Yes

Will enable group (25 members) to better promote work and encourage much needed new volunteers, and also make us more efficient with use of new tools.

Bangalow

Recommended 65% of request.

10.        STEER Project

Phil Preston

phil@steerproject.org.au

(E2016/63850)

Incorporated Association (proof provided)

Education/ training – provide voluntary breath-testing at local community events and activities to increase awareness of standard drinks, estimated BAC and change behaviour of people planning to drive.

$8,000

Yes

Yes – scale according to funds raised.

12 community events at approximately 250 breath-tests = 3000 people participating directly.

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

11.        Ocean Shores & District Garden Club

Margaret Keating

mageemak@gmail.com

(E2016/52728)

Not-for-profit incorporated association and affiliated with Garden Clubs of Australia.

Environment – annual spring garden competition prizes for  winners

$100

Yes – local businesses

Yes – local businesses

100 entrants in garden competition

Whole of Shire except Byron Bay

Recommend full amount.

12.        Byron Bay Cycle Club Inc

John Langler

secretary@byronbaycycleclub.org.au

(E2016/64481)

Incorporated association with voluntary committee. (proof provided)

Recreation/ sport – to conduct cycling educational courses for the community to raise awareness and improve cycling safety. The courses will be run by a trainer accredited with Cycling Australia.

$600

No

No

People participating in courses.

Whole of Shire

Recommend full amount.

13.        Seaside Scavenge

Anna Jane Linke

ajlinke@seasidescavenge.com

(E2016/50900)

Incorporated association (proof provided)

Events/ Environment – towards organisation of second Seaside Scavenge at Main Beach Byron Bay.

$1,170

No

No

20 volunteers and about 100 people attended last event. The event cleans up the beach and educates participants in waste management eg what to recycle, what to upcycle and how to reduce waste.

Byron Bay

Recommended 65% of request.

14.        Waterlily Community Playscape Inc

Alison Ratcliffe

Waterlily.playscape@gmail.com

(E2016/63852)

Incorporated Association (proof provided)

Misc – to reimburse the cost for public liability insurance for the group

$1,004.30

Yes for construction of playscape

Yes from existing funds

3,500 children under the age of 14 in the Ocean Shores/ New Brighton area

Ocean Shores/ New Brighton

Recommend $1,000.

15.        Rainbow Club Byron Bay

Lorissa Barrett

byronrainbowclub@gmail.com

(E2016/52784)

Rainbow Club is state organisation providing heavily subsidised one-on-one swimming lessons for children with a disability. Byron Bay Rainbow Club raises own operating costs.

Childcare/youth services – to pay for equipment and instructor fees from September 2016 to May 2017.

$1,500

No

Yes – via fundraising

18 participants, 15 -20 families and employment of two instructors. Prior to Rainbow Club Byron Bay 80% of participants had no swimming lessons at all.

Whole of Shire

Recommended 65% of request.

16.        Byron Bay Community Association

Paul Spooner

info@byroncentre.com.au

(E2016/63186)

Incorporated association

Events (General) – to support ‘Breaking Bread/ - free community feast in Railway Park in early December - for food, licenses, fees and insurances, advertising, equipment hire and entertainment

$2,500

No

Yes

Brings all members of community together to celebrate the harmonious diversity. A community party with free food and entertainment. Engenders good will and a wonderful way to begin the festive summer season.

Byron Bay

Recommended 65% of request.

17.        Byron Bay Carols by the Sea

Julie Durberville

juliannedurberville@gmail.com

(E2016/64245)

An event run by volunteers and directed by ‘Byron Ministers Fellowship” which is a registered charity (proof provided)

Events – to pay for event insurance

$800

Yes – various churches in Byron contribute between $500 - $1000 per church (about $7000)

Yes

500 – 700 people – to put on a much-loved community event at Christmas time.

Whole of Shire and visitors

Recommend full amount.

18.        Mullumbimby Sustainability Education & Enterprise Development Inc (SEED)

Sasha Mainsbridge

admin@mullumseed.org.au

(S2016/9277)

Not-for-profit incorporated association with volunteer board. Funded through memberships, fundraising, grants and donations.

Environment – to create a covered seating area at Mullum Community Garden which will provide shelter, a table, seating, information/ teaching whiteboard and tool storage area.

$5,000

No

Yes – will seek further donations and fundraising

Mullum Community Garden has 90 members, approx. 20 volunteers, approx. 30 permaculture students, and open to public with around 3-4000 visitors annually.

Mullumbimby

Recommended 65% of request.

19.        Animal Welfare League – North Coast Branch

Alana Crangle

alanacra@bigpond.net.au

(S2016/9316)

Registered Charity (proof provided). Provide care for surrendered cats and kittens and then adopt them into new homes in local community

Animal welfare – help pay for weekly rubbish collection plus cost of deodorisers and disinfectants

$400

No

Yes – will rely on donations from local community

Volunteers who work at the shelter and general community

Mullumimby

Recommend full amount.

 


 

NOT ELIGIBLE

20.        Brunswick Valley Landcare Inc

Peter Ryan

brunswickvalleylandcare@gmail.com

(E2016/63184)

Not-for-profit incorporated group run by volunteer management committee

Environment – to purchase insurance, hire Pioneer Hall for committee meetings, equipment purchase of tree popper for ongoing maintenance of restored areas

$1,000

No

Yes – general funds

100+ direct beneficiaries (presumably Landcare volunteers), indirectly whole community

Whole of Shire

No proof of not-for-profit status provided.

21.        Byron Ballet Inc

Yvonne Hall

byronballet@gmail.com

(E2016/64637 and E2016/64490)

Not for profit incorporated association

Arts/ music – to create/hold an appropriate public space for Byron Ballet Inc, youth and community classes at Blue Lotus Dance Centre. The centre needs tarkett (non-slip padded dance lino) plus barres, speakers and studio wall divider.

$10,000

No – looking for private sponsorship. Received $1500 2014 but doesn’t state where from.

Yes eventually

Will allow bigger class numbers which are currently limited due to current location and therefore more teachers employed. The new location will allow more amateur dancers to take part (based on requests received) and it is also close to public schools allowing easier access for children.

Whole of Shire

Classes would be offered on a fee for service basis and therefore this application has been deemed ineligible. Proof as not-for-profit was not provided with the application.

22.        Wu Chi King Fu

Gavin Cook

cookgav@hotmail.com

(E2016/64485)

Not-for-profit incorporated association.  School promoting and teaching benefits of traditional Chinese Kung Fu Martial Art and Philosophy

Recreation/ sport – to cover hall hire (mainly Durrumbul, some Mullum Civic Hall and St John’s Primary School Hall) costs for 12 months. Teachers do not get payment for teaching time.

$3,000

No

Yes will charge students fees

Currently run 5 classes per week and regular full-day workshops throughout the year. Approx. 20 kids, 7 teens and 13 adults.

Mullumbimby/ with some students from other parts of the Shire.

Classes would be offered on a fee for service basis and therefore this application has been deemed ineligible.

23.        Peta Melanie O’Doherty

Blue Lotus Dance Studio

bluelotusdancestudio@gmail.com

(E2016/64491)

Private business in first 10 months. 3x3 lease over building.

Arts/ music – pay for business insurance, bathroom upgrade and sound system purchase

$3,000

Yes – applying for Regional Arts Fund

Yes will have crowd funding campaign

Hundreds and thousands – new partnership with Byron Ballet to expand therefore creating accessibility to dance and more employment. Also talking to Delta Kay re dance troupe using this space. Greater vision is to form a new Byron Bay Physical Theatre Company.

Whole of Shire

Not eligible – private business.

24.        Souls of Byron Bay

Elie Zaragoza

souls@soulsofbyronbay.com.au

(E2016/64695)

Not specified

Arts/music – Souls of BB is a photographic series capturing people and essence of Byron Shire through photography and stories. Final series will be crafted into a hard-cover coffee table book.

$3,000

No

Yes – crowd-funding and ‘in-kind’ sponsorship by Elie to create product

2 – Elie and Samantha – will capture our Shire at a moment in time. A percentage of book sales will go toward a local community group or charity.

Whole of Shire

Not eligible, appears to be private business.

25.        Sample Food Festival

Remy Tancred

info@samplensw.com

(E2016/63847)

Not specified

Events – fees to hire Bangalow Showground and council health inspection fees

$3,000

No

Yes – not specified

About 20 small food producers – will assist in lowering stall holder fees which would mean more small producers able to attend.

Whole of Shire

Not eligible – private business.

26.        Circus Quirkus

Judy O… (can’t read)

1800 026 817

(E2016/53772 – form from organisation to raise funds, not application)

Immune Deficiencies Foundation of Australia, registered charity

Childcare/ youth services – to sponsor 5 local special needs children to attend Circus Quirkus.

$300

Yes fundraising

Yes

Of the 870 children that attend Circus Quirkus, 39 are from Byron area.

Families in Shire

Not eligible – incomplete application and not enough information provided.

27.        Mullumbimby Alternative Horse Centre and Byron Bay Equine Assisted Counselling

S Rouillon

s.rouillon86@gmail.com

(S2016/9456)

Community based and focused youth development not-for-profit program (no proof provided)

Childcare/youth services – running and operating fees and equipment purchase

$3,500

No – will fundraise on the street

Yes

No number mentioned – high schools and Byron Youth Services. Aimed at youth at risk, integrating life skills for youth to handle the pressure at school and in family crisis

Whole of Shire

Not enough information provided. As this is an un-incorporated group, it is unclear whether it is a private counselling service, what activities take place, no numbers of beneficiaries mentioned, no detail about equipment want to purchase.

28.        Kindred Youth

Jaiia Cerff

kindredyouthorg@gmail.com

(E2016/64223)

Youth led unregistered not-for-profit group. Use an egalitarian management structure with volunteers.

Community Buildings – planning, purchasing and construction for innovative cultural youth hub. The space will be used for collaboration, office, concerts and events, meetings and workshops. It will include kitchenette and in future a cafι space for training and employment.

$10,000

No

Yes – will continue to fundraise

500-700 – for collaboration, innovation for local youth in the heart of Mullumbimby. Increase the level of youth engagement.

Mullumbimby

The funding requested for infrastructure. Hand drawn designs  provided, no approvals in place. Unincorporated group, no information about who owns land, ongoing maintenance, asset management..

29.        Byron Australian Football Club Inc

Michael Young

byronbayafl@gmail.com

(E2016/64693)

Community sporting club, affiliated with AFL Qld. Cert of Inc Association provided. Volunteer administrators as elected by members.

Recreation/ Sport – Provide club house for club to hold meetings, functions for business partners, display trophies etc.

$36,000

No

Not specified

Number not specified – Byron AFC including junior team, AFLQ, other sporting clubs using The Cav sports fields.

Whole of Shire

The funding requested for infrastructure but no designs provided and no approvals in place. Alternative sources of funding are available in the sport and recreation area.

30.        Mullumbimby SES Unit

Mike Davison-Long

Michael.davisonlong@member.ses.nsw.gov.au

(E2016/64236)

NSW SES is comprised of volunteer units under SES Action. Mullum SES unit serves the entire Byron Shire

Misc – to provide roofrack mounted pole saw boxes and side awnings for 2 SES storm-response vehicles to allow safe transport and on-site refuelling in storm conditions of pole chainsaws and other power equipment.

$1,250

No

Yes – will buy what donation pays for

Entire pop of Byron Shire are intended beneficiaries as all are served in storm emergencies

Whole of Shire

Council contributes approximately $65,000 per year to SES services in the Shire. This application will be referred to Infrastructure Services. Alternative sources of funding are available.

31.        Byron Bay Cycle Club Inc

John Langler

secretary@byronbaycycleclub.org.au

(S2016/8973)

Incorporated association with voluntary committee.

Recreation/ Sport – reimbursement of obligatory costs associated with prep of application for criterium racing – Traffic Control Plan.

$132

No

Yes, club will fund from membership fees

All club members and many visitors to the Shire

Byron Bay

Benefits members of the club in the main, not a broad community benefit and not an identified disadvantaged group.

32.        Bangalow Theatre Company Inc

Kari Adams

bangalowtheatrecompany@gmail.com

(E2016/64488)

Not-for-profit incorporated association.

Arts/ music – improve technical infrastructure at Bangalow A&I Hall such as stage lighting, sound, rigging equipment. (proof provided)

$23,448

Yes – ClubGRANTS but uncussessful

Yes – will be purchased at incremental stages

Inaugural production sold out with four shows of 250+ audience per show, cast of 26 and assistance of 50+ volunteers. Bangalow Theatre Co aims to produce professional standard, innovative theatre, encourage locals to participate, provide education and performance platform for local youth, foster and develop skills and talents of individual community members.

Bangalow/ Whole of Shire.

Alternative sources of funding available. Council will work with this group and the Section 355 Management Committee of the Bangalow A&I Hall to apply for grant funds.

33.        Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk

Samantha Moss

brunswicknaturesculpturewalk@gmail.com

(E2016/64486)

Not-for-profit community group auspiced by Brunswick Heads Progress Association. 20 members consisting of local artists, curators, designers, teachers, students, residents, local businesses, members of Progress Association and Bruns Chamber of Commerce.

Arts/ music – hire costs for venue and equipment and advertising fees. For a 2 day event including unveiling of new permanent sculpture, screening of documentary taken during inaugural BNSW 2015.

$1200

Yes – Splendour in the Grass and CASP grant.

Yes – will do it in stages

1000’s – artists, visitors, environmental groups (re educating public), local schools, local businesses. BNSW encourages relationships between nature, art and community.

Brunswick Heads and visitors to Brunswick Heads.

Brunswick Nature Sculpture Walk have received $7,500 in grants from other budgets from Council in the past twelve months. Does not provide a broad community benefit and not an identified disadvantaged group.

34.        Federal Loves Refugees

Julie Lipsett

Julie@jlarchitecture.com.au

(E2016/64483)

Volunteer group

Misc – to assist with holding a fundraising night at Federal Hall – hall hire, advertising, film show costs.

$690

No

Yes – event still possible but reduced capacity

A dozen refugee families who will visit Federal during the next 6 months

Federal host families and refugees

Unincorporated group and small scale community benefit. Small number of beneficiaries.

35.        Paul Crebar

Paul Crebar

paul@byronseedshare.org

(E2016/64339)

Individual who puts energy into several not-for-profit organisations – Byron Hinterland Seed Savers, Byron Region Food Sovereignty Network, Mullum Community Gardens, Nude Your Food & Biodynamic Northern Rivers.

Environment – to strengthen my creative capacity to benefit community projects and events which includes creating audio and visual content from and for, the many events, actions and activities. To purchase equipment – new computer and audio sound recorder. This will strengthen the awareness and engagement in these actions and events.

$2,853.90

No

Yes – borrow computer from someone else.

Unlimited – promote harmonious ways of living. Motivate people to preserve biodiversity, reduce waste, grow more food, connect to the community, reduce their carbon footprint and protect the earth.

Whole of Shire

Unmeasurable community benefit – individual. No acquittal process to identify funds were spent as agreed.

36.        Ania Zoltkowski

Ania Zoltkowski

aniazoltkowski@gmail.com

(E2016/64227)

Individual

Education/ training – to assist in funding my international tuition fees to study MA Fashion Futures course at the London College of Fashion. After a rigorous application process of two interviews, a visual portfolio , a master’s project proposal and a referenced essay, I have successfully been one of the twelve students accepted internationally. This is the only masters program in the world that specialises in fashion, sustainability and ethics.

$1,000

Yes – FFI Fellowships Fund, AMP Tomorrow Grant, Australian Bicentennial Scholarship, Ian Potter Cultural Trust

Yes

Currently 21 million people in the world who are victims of forced labour within the clothing and textile industry, 80% of these are women workers. My passion is in blending human rights with fashion to enact positive social change.

Whole of Shire

Unmeasurable community benefit – individual. No acquittal process to identify funds were spent as agreed.

37.        Byron Lighthouse Run

Greg Kramer

byronrun@gmail.com

(S2016/9144)

Not-for-profit charity (no proof provided)

Events – for insurance, traffic management and timing professional

$5,000

No

Yes

The event this year is donating a breast board to Byron Central hospital – beneficiaries would be the users of this treatment.

Breast cancer patients to Byron Central hospital

Other sources of funding are available for activity. Will recommend a new application in round two for the assistance for festivals and community functions.

38.        Byron Bay Winter Whales

Philip Boyd

Philip.boyd58@icloud.com

(S2016/8503)

Possibly incorporated association, but not specified

Recreation/ sport – to pay for insurance and setting up of websites and promotion

$5,000

No

Yes – sponsors and fundraising

The annual May Winter Wales Swim raises funds for  approx. 20 local charities and sporting organisations.

Byron Bay

Council provides Section 356 funds as outlined in this report direct to local charities. No proof of not-for-profit status as community organisation.

 

 

 

 

 


BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

                                                                                                                               13.4 - Attachment 1

 

ASSISTANCE FOR FESTIVALS AND COMMUNITY FUNCTIONS

 

Name of Community Organisation or Individual
Contact person and details

Org type, registered charity?

Category and Purpose of donation

Donation Requested

Other Financial Assistance

Will project proceed with part donation granted?

Impact the event will have on the community?

Other information provided.

Community of interest who have benefit

Estimated number attending?

Management Comment

39.        Mullum Music Festival 

Glenn Wright info@mullummusicfestival.com
(E2016/64716)

Not clear

Arts/ music – to cover costs of Council charges for street closures for the festival – street parade on Sunday 20th November.

$3000

No

Yes

An internationally respected boutique music festival, provides shared economic, cultural, educational and social outcomes for many organisations – both commercial and non-commercial. (list provided) 

Whole of Byron Shire

 

Attracts 5000, about 50% local

Eligible and $600 recommended in accordance with Policy donation limits.

40.        City Sports Association Ltd (Byron Bay Triathlon)

Michael Crawley  mike@qsmsports.com

(E2016/64714)

 

Public company limited by guarantee

Event road closure

$2000

No

Yes

Triathlon brings many visitors to the area and also offers an opportunity for local residents to take part in a nationally recognised community event.

Whole of Byron Shire

Over 1000 athletes plus their supporters for 3 bed nights per athlete

Not eligible – public company. Referred to Economic Development & Tourism.

41.        Byron Bay Cycle Club Inc

John Langler

secretary@byronbaycycleclub.org.au

(S2016/8972)

Incorporated association with voluntary committee.

Events (road closure) – reimbursement of application money with Request to Conduct Closed Circuit Bicycle Racing in Byron Bay Industrial Estate lodged on 6 April 2016

$385

No

Yes – club will fund

All club members – only criterium racing in the Shire.

Whole of Shire – members are spread throughout the Shire and many visiting cycling enthusiasts participate.

Not specified.

Eligible and full amount recommended.

42.        Byron Bay Surf Festival

Max Tischler

byronsurffestival@gmail.com

(E2016/64477)

Pty Ltd organisation with two directors.

Events (road closure) – to cover festival insurances and council licences

$4,000

Yes – festival sponsors

Yes – would allocate some of the income from sponsorship

Promotes and supports sustainable surf tourism and injects revenue into local economy. Each year a charitable element is incorporated.

Whole of Shire/ Byron Bay

15-20,000

Not eligible – public company. Referred to Economic Development & Tourism.

43.        Brunswick Valley Woodchop and Entertainment Committee

Joy Slater

secretary@bhwoodchop.com

(E2016/54165)

Not-for-profit incorporated association

Events (road closure)

Approx $360 (fee for road closure)

No

Yes – other funds raised

Event beneficiaries – BH businesses, visitors, other charities and not-for-profits

Brunswick Heads

Not specified

Eligible and full amount recommended.

44.        Mullum2Bruns Paddle

Penny Fuller

penbrunz@gmail.com

(E2016/43527)

Three not-for-profit incorporated associations – Brunswick Heads Surf Life Saving Club, Brunswick Volunteer Marine Rescue and Brunswick Heads Visitor Centre

Events (road closure)

$600

No

Yes – other fundraising

Three organisations organising event plus other Brunswick Heads businesses and organisations such as VRA, Lions Club, SES etc

Brunswick Heads

1065 paddlers registered in 2016 plus families and visitors to the event

Eligible and full amount recommended.