Northparkes announces successful Community Investment Program applicants

CMOC-Northparkes Mines (Northparkes) has announced the latest recipients of its Community Investment Program. Northparkes runs its Community Investment Program twice a year, with $40,000 donated each round, and at the discretion of an independent committee.

In this round of funding, 19 initiatives from across Parkes, Forbes, Peak Hill, and Trundle received support. Northparkes Managing Director Jim Fowler said, “We are pleased to be able to support such a wide range of programs in this round of funding.”

“Northparkes is proud to support the community in which we live and work. By funding initiatives which support culture, sport, health, music and more, we know the Community Investment Program will benefit many people in our region. We hope to see a continued strong number of applicants apply throughout this program and we look forward to hearing about the various successes and outcomes.”

  • Forbes District SC
  • Forbes Eisteddfod
  • Forbes Netball Association
  • Galari-Lachlan Reconciliation Group
  • Havannah House
  • Impact Youth Group
  • Lachlan Amateur Soccer Association
  • Northside Chapel
  • Parkes Aero Club Incorporated
  • Parkes Baton Twirlers Club
  • Parkes District Hospital
  • Parkes Prostate Cancer Support Group
  • Parkes Touch Association
  • Quota International of Parkes Incorporated
  • Rosedurnate Aged Car Plus
  • Trundle Central School
  • Trundle Pastoral and Agricultural Society
  • WIRES Wildlife Information Rescue Education Service
  • Wirrinya Progress and Sports Association Incorporated

The next Northparkes Community Investment Program funding round closes on 30 April 2018. To apply, please visit www.northparkes.com. For more information, please contact Ali Creith on 02 6861 3621.

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Media enquiries:
Ali Creith
Northparkes Mines Advisor Community and External Relations
02 6861 3621
ali.creith@northparkes.com