The Donald Lions Club has received a $9,800 heritage grant, sharing in more than $2 million worth of new grants to preserve and protect heritage across the State, the Member for Northern Victoria Region, Candy Broad announced today.
The grant will go towards a Significance Assessment of the Donald Lions Club Collection where it will be catalogued by a qualified Consultant.
“The Brumby Labor Government is taking action to preserve and protect Victoria’s history,’’ Ms Broad said.
Planning Minister Justin Madden said this project was among more than 71 community projects to share in $2 million in grants to preserve and protect Victoria’s heritage.
‘’The Brumby Labor Government’s heritage grants empower local communities to care for, manage and interpret Victoria’s diverse heritage,” Mr Madden said.
“These people and organisations are today receiving recognition and support for their passionate commitment to the State’s heritage,” Minister Madden said.
“Heritage places remind us of our past and provide us with a shared sense of identity.”