North Geelong benefits $32,000 from Terminals grants
Wednesday 28 August 2013
North Geelong schools, community groups junior sports clubs and navy cadets have all benefited from a series of grants worth $32,000 from local company Terminals Pty Ltd.
Terminals, which has been based at its Wharf Road, North Geelong site since 1973, has recently distributed the grants to a number of community groups.
And Australia's leading bulk liquid storage company, continues to request applications from the local community for its array of grants.
Northern Bay College and the Norlane Community Centre are the most recent recipients.
Northern Bay College received $1500 to assist in the relocation of 320 students to other campuses as a result of the closure of its Vermont Avenue campus.
The site was originally Corio North Primary School.
The college is consolidating its 2000 students as part of a major restructuring to coincide with a program of major building projects.
Northern Bay College also received $3500 to construct an indigenous garden at its Hendy Street campus.
The Norlane Community Centre received $1600 for office equipment.
Terminals community grants so far include: St. Thomas Aquinas $5000, Bluebird Foundation $5000, Saints Hockey Club $2500, North Shore Recreation Club $5000, TS Barwon Navy Cadets $3000 and Northern Bay College which has received a total of $10,000 to assist with various projects.
Grant applications and information is available on: www.Terminalspl.com.au