aTopic: "Lifesaving"

Topic: "Lifesaving"

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A win for City of Kingston Emergency Services Volunteers

Emergency services volunteer groups in the City of Kingston will share in $12.5 million to purchase much-needed equipment as part of the 2015-16 Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP). The VESEP grants will fund operational equipment, such as trucks, tankers, watercraft, trailers and minor facility..

$1000 Awarded to the Edithvale Lifesaving Club

Tim Richardson today announced that the Edithvale Lifesaving Club will receive $1,000 as part of grants made available to help local sporting clubs. These funds are part of the Sporting Uniform Grants Program 2014-15 which aims to give clubs the opportunity to replace old uniforms..

Multi Million Dollar Program Now Open for Local Emergency Services

The Victorian Government will provide up to $12.54 million to support volunteer emergency services organisations protect lives and property across the state.  This is an increase of more than $400,000 than the previous year. Applications for the 2015-16 Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP) are..