Beaudesert not-for-profit groups to share in $75,000 courtesy of Gambling Community Benefit Fund

MORE than $75,000 in grant funding will be injected into Beaudesert, with four community groups to splash the cash on things like play equipment, bathroom amenities and bus trips for veterans.

CASH: Beaudesert Kingfishers rugby league club were successful in round 102 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

CASH: Beaudesert Kingfishers rugby league club were successful in round 102 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

The Scenic Rim electorate received more than $230,000 in all under round 104 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

Beaudesert Community Garden, Beaudesert Swimming Club, the local National Serviceman Association branch and Scenic Rim Astronomy were all successful.

Scenic Rim MP Jon Krause said the money would make a huge difference to the groups and was a terrific outcome for the hard-working volunteers.

"It is wonderful to see that these community groups will be able to install facilities and purchase equipment to help them maintain their services," he said.

"I commend these groups for the wonderful work they do and encourage other community groups to apply for round 106 of the GCBF."

The National Serviceman Association received $1272 for bus hire to take members on day trips, while Scenic Rim Astronomy were given $5700 to purchase equipment and upgrade facilities.

Beaudesert Community Garden will upgrade play equipment and Beaudesert Swimming Club its bathroom amenities after both received $35,000, the greatest amount available under the scheme.

Mr Krause said applications were now open for round 106.

Not-for-profit groups could apply for up to $35,000 by visiting justice.qld.gov.au before August 31.

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