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Recovery Ready Halls Information Session 4 July in Woodside

The Recovery Ready Halls program funds community facilities, like local halls, managed by community groups. It enables purchase and installation of amenities and equipment for these facilities to serve as post-disaster recovery support hubs.

Piccadilly Community Hall

Recovery Ready Halls Information Session 4 July in Woodside

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Join an information session on 'Recovery Ready Halls' funding.

The Recovery Ready Halls funding opportunity will be available for not-for-profit community organisations in the Adelaide Hills Council area that manage community facilities.

The program will support the purchase and installation of amenities and equipment that will assist community facilities to be used as 'community support hubs' after a disaster or emergency.

Community support hubs can assist the community with basic needs once the threat of the emergency has passed, including water, electricity, first aid, shelter, and information. Some communities may choose to offer further comfort like refreshments, soap and hot water.

Community Support Hubs need to reflect local needs and the capacity of the community to coordinate them.

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