190721: Tackle Cyberbullying Grants – closing 21st July

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190721: Tackle Cyberbullying Grants – closing 21st July

The deadline for applications has been extended to midnight on 21 July 2019, to ensure community organisations and young people who wish to apply have as much opportunity to do so as possible.

The Tackle Cyberbullying Grants Program offers young Queenslanders aged 10-17 and community organisations the unique opportunity to apply for grants to develop and deliver local initiatives to address online bullying in their community.

Grants of $500 to $1,500 are available to young Queenslanders, while community organisations can apply for grants of $1,500 to $5,000.

Grants will be awarded to successful applicants to implement programs between
15 September and 15 December 2019.

 

Tackle Cyberbullying Grants now open

Community organisations and young Queenslanders can now apply for grants to fund initiatives to help tackle cyberbullying.

Queenslanders aged 10-17 can apply for grants of $500 to $1,500, while community organisations can apply for grants of $1,500 to $5,000.

Grants can be used to fund a variety of projects that aim to address cyberbullying, such as:

organising games, activities and youth programs
creating information resources, artwork, videos, films, poetry, books or t-shirt designs
developing computer games, online programs, websites, apps or social media campaigns
other creative ideas that will help tackle cyberbullying.

Young people will need a sponsoring organisation—such as a sporting group, community organisation or school P&C— to assist them with managing the grant funding.

Community organisations are encouraged to apply independently and/or consider sponsoring a young person and helping them develop and deliver their ideas.

If you are a local council, a for-profit organisations or a community member with an interest, we’d love your help to spread the message to young people you connect with and your networks.

Grants will be awarded to successful applicants to implement activities between 15 August and 15 November 2019.

Applications close at midnight, 23 June 2019.

More details and promotional resources are available at Tackle Cyberbullying


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SMArt Kids

Smart Kids

 

Are you an Artist?

You’re not a beginner either?

And you’re in Secondary School?

Live in Roma, Mitchell, Injune, Wallumbilla, Yuleba, Surat and surrounds.

Then this is for you!

SMArt Kids

Saturday Morning Art (SMArt) Kids
Come on down to 122a McDowall Street (next to the Western Star building) from 10am.

Susie Klein


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Leos Club – Roma Lions

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Leos

Who: Ages 12 – 18

What: Leo Clubs are a youth organisation of Lions Clubs International. The word “Leo” stands for Leadership, Experience, Opportunity.

When: In Roma we meet on the last Sunday of the month and have a sausage sizzle every once a month in front of Home Timber and Hardware, as well as become involved in local events.

Why: The Leo Club gives us an identity, to be a part of something and give to the community. Alongside the social aspect of this local organisation, we can feel a sense of belonging and it’s always comforting knowing that you’re making a difference whether big or small!

We encourage young people to become a part of Leos.

Contact: (for more information) 

Lion David Knowles – 0427 354 667

Lion Aileen Knowles –

Facebook:  Leo Club of Roma – Queensland

Facebook: Lions Club of Roma – Queensland

 

 

 


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Roma and District Soccer Association

Roma Soccer

About: Roma & District Junior Soccer is dedicated to the enjoyment of soccer in Roma. We are a recreational sports club, enjoying our passion of soccer.

2018 junior soccer will start on the 21ST OF APRIL!

This is the sign on day and start of games.

Remember everyone’s first game is FREE and all are welcome.
As always the canteen will be open from 1pm!

Times are:
1pm under 6’s & under 8’s
2pm under 11’s
3pm under 16’s/hybrid

 

Held during school terms from end of Easter until the start of September holidays

Cost: Please apply to club for costs. Registration and game fees apply.

Location:  Noel Kerr Ovals, Bungil Street, Roma

Contact: Tyson Golder 0428 717 566

Facebook Page:  Roma Soccer

 Postal Address:
PO Box 56 Roma QLD 4455


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The Salvation Army – Joybells – Girls Group

Salvation Army

Joybells Group for girls.  Activities include timbrels, dance, craft and other activities. Afternoon tea provided

Ages: 5 to 15 years

Please contact The Salvation Army for more information.

Location: The Salvation Army, 89-91 Arthur Street, Roma

Phone: 0448 611 552

 



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