AUSTRALIAN Defence Force (ADF) families who have provided essential support during the COVID-19 pandemic today received a funding boost under the Government’s Family Support Funding Program (FSFP).
Senator for New South Wales Jim Molan said “Love Culburra Beach Festival would receive $10,000 under the Federal Government’s Family Support Funding Program (FSFP), which enables defence families to connect and interact with each other and the community in a variety of ways.”
“Defence families make significant sacrifices and this funding will go a long way to ensure they are supported and connected with the local community in Gilmore,” Senator Molan said.
“I congratulate Love Culburra Beach Festival, which I know will do great work supporting defence families.”
Love Culburra Beach Festival is one of nine not-for-profit organisations to receive funding which had been affected by the challenges of this year to provide programs and activities that support the wellbeing of ADF families.
The funding provided through the FSFP is available to community organisations to deliver support and services of value to defence families and the community they live in. The grants are managed by the Defence Community Organisation which provides a wide range of programs, information and assistance for defence families.
The grants program is managed by Defence Community Organisation which provides a wide range of assistance for Defence families. Defence families can contact the Defence Family Helpline on 1800 624 608 for information on accessing community resources.
For more information visit the Defence Community Organisation website: www.defence.gov.au/dco.