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Casey Fields Recreational Area and Playground:
$1m for the construction of the Casey Fields Recreational Area and Playground.

$84,408 for CHIPS: The Christian helping in Primary School (CHIPS) program received funding for its “Life Gets Better” camps for children and their carers who have experienced major grief, divorce or loss.

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NBN Update: By 30 June 2016, 19,900 homes and businesses will be connected to the NBN in and around the Cranbourne area.

$75,000 for Alkira Secondary College: For a shade structure and vegetable garden under the BER Program.

$4.7 million for Casey Grammar School: For a new sporting facility and Multi-purpose Hall under the BER Program.

$3.1 million for Courtney Gardens Primary School: For the construction of a new library and classrooms under the BER Program.

$2.7 million for Cranbourne Park Primary Schoool: For building refuribishments and the construction of a new Library building under the BER Program.

$3.2 million for Cranbourne Primary School: For building refurbishments and the construction of a new Library building under the BER Program.

$200,000 for Cranbourne Secondary College: For the construction of a new sports facility under the BER Program.

$1.7 million for Cranbourne West Primary School: For the refurbishments of classrooms under the BER Program.

$2 million for Marnebek School: For the construction of a new Library and classrooms under the BER Program.

$2.2 million for Rangebank Primary School: For the construction of a new Library under the BER Program.

$2.6 million for St Agatha’s Primary School: For a new multi-purpose hall under the BER Program.

$200,000 for St Peter’s College: For an upgrade to the multi-purpose hall under the BER Program.

$2.1 million for St Therese’s Primary School: For the construction of a new library and multi-purpose hall under the BER Program.

Wickro Langford Grange Aged Care Facility: Received $1,015 under the Saluting Their Service Grant Program.

Alkira Secondary College: Received $2,336 under the Saluting Their Service Grant Program.

Alkira Secondary College: Received $1,500 as part of the ANZAC Day Schools Award.

St Peter’s College: Received $1,260,000 million to construct at Trade Training Centre.

Dandenong/Cranbourne RSL: Received $2,000 under the Anzac Centenary Grants Program.

Casey Regional Veterans Welfare Centre: Received $3,191.60 under the Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST).

St Thomas the Apostle Catholic Primary School: Received $1,300,000 under the Capital Grants Programme (2014).

Casey Fields Regional Athletics Centre: $8.9m for the construction of the Casey Fields Regional Athletics Centre at Casey Fields.

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1st Cranbourne Scout Group: 1st Cranbourne Scout Group received $3,000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Anglican Parish of St John’s Cranbourne and Christ Church: Received $1,259 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Balla Balla Community Centre: Received $2,659 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

BATS Theatre Company Inc: Received $4,100 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Arts and Crafts Society: Received $4,143 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Cricket Club: Received $2,455 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Girl Guides: Received $2,500 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Hampton Park Greek Elderly Club: Received $5,000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Italian Senior Citizens Club: Received $7,798 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Junior Football Club: Received $2,724 under the the Volunteer Grants Program.

$441,204 for Cranbourne Information & Support Service: Received $441,204 to fund its operations.

$1.4m for WISE Employment: WISE Employment received funding over three years under the Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) to assist people with mental illness to lead fulfilling lives.

Saluting Their Service Grant: Cranbourne Lifestyle Village received $1,403 for a flag pole under the Saluting their Service Grant.

Casey Regional Veterans Welfare Centre: Casey Regional Veterans Welfare Centre received $7,859.00 under the Building Excellence in Support & Training program.

$5m for the Cranbourne Aquatic and Leisure Centre: $5m for the Cranbourne Aquatic and Leisure Centre for improvements to the centre.

$5.2 million for Casey RACE: $5.2m for the construction of Casey RACE.

$8.2 million for Chisholm TAFE: New Water Management Centre built at Chisholm TAFE in Cranbourne.

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Casey Comets Football Club: Received $5000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Salvation Army (Cranbourne): Received $3,999 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Association of Hazaras Inc: Received $4,800 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne U3A Inc: Received $1,800 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne North Netball Club: Received $3,800 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Lions Choir Inc: Received $1,259 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Italian Senior Citizens Club: Received $5,000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Hampton Park Greek Senior Citizens Club: Received $5,000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Football & Netball Club: Received $3,900 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Cranbourne Arthritis Support Group: Received $2,000 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Casey City Power Netball Club: Received $2,020 under the Volunteer Grants Program.

Casey Regional Veterans Welfare Centre: Received $1,848.47 under the Building Excellence in Support and Training (2015).

St Peter’s College: Received $1.89m under the Capital Works Program to construct a Year 10 & Year 11 Learning and Specialist Area building (as well as associated site works and car park) at its new Cranbourne East Campus.