Member for Bonner Ross Vasta has welcomed the opening of the new community hub space at the Silky Oaks Children’s Haven in Manly West.
Mr Vasta said Silky Oaks had converted the space into a multi-purpose care facility that would offer locals in need temporary accommodation, shower facilities, food hampers and more.
“I was pleased to deliver $9,745 in Stronger Communities funding to help make the Community Hub possible,” Mr Vasta said.
“Silky Oaks has provided care and support for children and families on the bayside for 75 years and I’m proud to support their work.
“I would encourage locals to donate food and other non-perishable goods to Silky Oaks as part of their Christmas appeal this year.”
Silky Oaks Chief Executive Officer Darren Frame thanked Mr Vasta for securing the Stronger Communities grant.
More information on the Stronger Communities Programme can be found at https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/stronger-communities-programme.