Nearly $600,000 in funding is going to the South Burnett region community groups.
Twenty groups from the Nanango electorate will be sharing in $593,000 of Government funding.
The money comes from the 94th round of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
If you're a community group and would like the change to receive assistance applications for the next round of Government funding must be in by February 28.
Grants worth $500-$35,000 are available for not-for-profit, community-based organisations.
Here’s how the money will be distributed:
- Blackbutt State School - $34,215
- Brisbane North Dirt Bike Club Inc - $33,635.85
- Cornerstone Christian Ministries Inc - $12,921.80
- Coverty Creek Community Development And Social Club Inc - $34,679
- Goomeri Golf Club Inc - $32,000
- Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club Inc - $18,476.10
- Kumbia & District Charity Campdraft Association Inc - $35,000
- Kumbia and District Memorial School Of Arts Inc - $35,000
- Kumbia Race Club Inc - $24,650
- Murgon and District Cricket Club Inc - $35,000
- Murgon Judo Club Inc - $16,200
- Murgon Junior Rugby League Inc - $35,000
- Nanango Sporting Association Inc - $35,000
- South Burnett First Aid Volunteers Inc - $25,000
- Tansey Mens Bowls Club Inc - $34,998
- The Murgon Pastoral Agricultural & Horticultural Society Inc - $35,000
- The Queensland Country Women's Association Esk Branch - $35,000
- The Scout Association of Australia Queensland Branch Inc - $21,890
- Toogoolawah State School Parents and Citizens Association - $25,520
- Wondai-Proston Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc - $34,190