Terminals supports Harmony Day with $2000 grant
MEDIA RELEASE - 18 March 2014
The Lions Club of Corio Norlane is the latest recipient of funds through the Terminals
Community Grants Program with the club allocated $2000 to assist with the staging
of its Harmony Day this Saturday (22 March).
The Harmony Day is being held on the grounds of Northern Bay College's
Goldsworthy Road Campus from 10.00am to 3.00pm. The event involves numerous
community groups and will feature multicultural music, dance, international food
stalls, displays and children's entertainment.
Over the past two years Terminals has supported schools, community groups and
sporting clubs by allocating grants totalling more than $37,000. The grants have
helped 11 different organisations in the North Geelong region.
Funds are allocated for specific projects with a preference for those that improve the
local environment, the local amenity and/or promote community education and/or
awareness, especially amongst children. Some projects have received as much as
Earlier this year Leisure Networks was allocated $3000 and grants of $500 were
awarded to Delta Therapy Dogs - Geelong and North Shore Netball Club. Previous
grants have been allocated to St Thomas Aquinas Primary School, Bluebird
Foundation, Saints Hockey Club, North Shore Recreation Club, TS Barwon Navy
Cadets, Norlane Community Centre and Northern Bay College.
Australia's leading bulk liquid storage company, Terminals, has been based at its
Wharf Road, North Geelong site since 1973. The company continues to request
applications from the local community for grants through the Terminals Geelong
Community Engagement Group. Applications must be made in writing to: Don
McKenzie, Geelong Operations Manager, Terminals Pty Ltd, PO Box 78 North Shore
Grant application information is available at: