Bylong Coal Project’s 2016 Community Investment Fund recipients anounced

KEPCO's Bill Vatovec with Emily Bucknell and Irene Briggs of HealthOne Rylstone, recipients of a grant for their Flippers swimming program for disadvantaged families.

KEPCO's Bill Vatovec with Emily Bucknell and Irene Briggs of HealthOne Rylstone, recipients of a grant for their Flippers swimming program for disadvantaged families.

KEPCO Bylong Australia announced 10 projects have received funding from Round 3 of the Bylong Coal Project’s 2016 Community Investment Fund.

KEPCO Australia’s chief operating officer, Bill Vatovec, said $27,000 went to local schools, community clubs, charities and not-for-profit organisations.

“We welcome the opportunity to give back to our community, I’m delighted that we could support so many projects throughout the region in and around Bylong, Mudgee, Rylstone, Kandos and Gulgong,” he said.

“I encourage local community groups who need financial assistance for worthy projects and community initiatives to submit an application to Round 1 of the Project for 2017, which will be accepting applications till March 3, 2017.” Visit bylongproject.com.au.