As you know the Cromwell Rotary and Lions Club community fundraiser, Lot 47, raised an AMAZING $824,436.88, which exceeded all expectations.
The profit has been allocated as follows:
- $243,000.00 has been paid to Cromwell St John to reimburse their shortfall on their new Station build costs;
- $75,000.00 will be used to purchase a new health shuttle and assist with a garage for the shuttle;
- $15,000.00 will go towards a generator for Cromwell St John;
- $10,000.00 will assist a Central Otago St John station buy equipment they need;
- $40,718.44 went to Cromwell Lions Club to enable them to support the community;
- $40,718.44 went to Cromwell Rotary Club to enable them to support the community.
3 separate funds have been created. We are seeking applications so apply now for:
$250,000.00 from Lot 47 Combined Rotary and Lions Community Fund.
Do you need $25,000 for a community project or $250,000.00.
Applications welcome from registered charities or local community organisations within the Cromwell basin who need funding to get a community project kick started or finalised.
Application forms can be found at www.lot47.co.nz or www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/cromwell_nz or email email@example.com
Applications close 31 May 2022.
$100,000.00 from the Topping Education Scholarship Fund.
This is to assist people who wish to train to be a health professional – Nurse, Doctor, Paramedic, Counsellor etc.
$50,000.00 has been set aside so that anyone in the community can attend a health-related course, such as a first aid course. Check out www.lot47.co.nz for details of all 3 funds.