Member for Manly, James Griffin is encouraging local sporting organisations to apply for NSW Government Sports Grants.
Mr Griffin said there are several funds which could assist including the Local Sport Grant Program.
“Local clubs are encouraged to apply for grants from $2,000 to $20,000 for initiatives that aim to increase participation.
A new state of the art multipurpose hall for the Northern Beaches Secondary College at Manly has been officially opened.
Member for Manly, James Griffin said the modern new facilities were initiated and financed by the previous Coalition Government to better serve the local community.
Mr Griffin said, “This is a fantastic new hall designed to especially meet the needs of students, teachers and staff as well as parents attending school functions and other visitors to the school.
Member for Manly, James Griffin said National Carers Week, from 15 to 21 October, is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the vital work carers undertake for family members and friends within the community.
“Special acknowledgement should be made of those providing unpaid care and support to people with a disability, mental health condition, chronic illness, drug and alcohol dependency or who are ageing.
“Caring for a family member or friend takes time, dedication and patience, and National Carers Week is an opportunity to celebrate the vital work carers do in the Manly electorate,” he said.