LVRC Briefs

Funding of $500 to $5000 is available to schools and community organisations to deliver projects that focus on environmental initiatives. PHOTO: LVRC

YOUTH WEEK 2024

Lockyer Valley Regional Council been working behind the scenes with local youth service providers to bring an exciting youth week program for 2024.

The current schedule of events includes Outdoor Movie Night on April 8, Youth Expo on April 10 at Ferrari Park Laidley, and Skateboarding Jam Session on April 10 at the Gatton Skate Park.

If you’d like to get involved contact council on engagement@lvrc.qld.gov.au

COMMUNITY GRANT WORKSHOP

To help boost our community’s grant writing capacity, Council is delivering a free grant writing workshop for local not-for-profit community and sporting groups.

Facilitated by CPR Group specialists in governance and community development the workshop will cover project planning and delivery and Writing acquittals.

The workshop will take place at the Gatton Shire Hall from 5.30pm on March 14.

Bookings are essential.

To register, email engagement@lvrc.qld.gov.au or phone 1300 005 872 by 7 March.

ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTS OPEN

Applications for Council’s Community Environmental Grants Program are now open.

Funding of $500 to $5000 is available to schools and community organisations to deliver projects that focus on environmental initiatives, education, management, conservation, enhancement and building capacity for long-term sustainability.

visit www.lockyervalley.qld.gov.au/our-council/grants-and-funding

Applications close 15 April.

UPCOMING AUTHOR TALK

Residents will have the chance to hear an inspiring story of determination, connection, community and the Australian spirit next month when Lindt Café siege survivor, Selina Win Pe stops by to discuss her book on March 7 at the Lockyer Valley Art Gallery.