Qld Govt grants to councils for SES
The Queensland Government has awarded more than $586,000 in grants to councils across Queensland to help them support the local SES groups. State Fire and Emergency Services Minister Mark Ryan announced the grants on Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW) on 19 May — a national day recognising and celebrating the achievements of SES volunteers.
Twenty grant applications had been successful during the 2021–22 funding year. They can cover up to $75,000 of the costs of upgrades and improvements to SES facilities, buildings and structures, or up to $30,000 of the costs of new and replacement SES vehicles.
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