IAL HOUSING FUNDING TO BOOST MULI MULI COMMUNITY
Member for Lismore Thomas George has welcomed the announcement that Muli Muli Aboriginal Land Council will receive $46,106 under the fourth and final round of the Social Housing Community Improvement Fund (SHCIF).
Round 4 of the SHCIF, which completes the delivery of the NSW Government’s election commitment to building stronger social housing communities, delivered grants of between $35,000 and $50,000 to support local organisations improve the lives of the most vulnerable across NSW.
Mr George said the funding provided through the SHCIF would help improve the lives of social housing residents, by not only providing improved facilities, but also better connections with the wider community.
“The SHCIF is a great Government initiative which funds projects to bring the community together,” Mr George said.
“I am pleased that tenants that live in Muli Muli and their neighbours will see the impact of the funding through the installation of a new outdoor gym and upgrade to the basketball courts that can be enjoyed by everyone.”
Photo: Matthew Green, CEO, Muli Muli Local Aboriginal Land Council & Thomas George MP