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Ray White Whitsunday Launches Community Support Program

By Zoe Skinner

Ray White Whitsunday today launched a Community Support Program with the aim of providing both financial and in-kind support to non-profit groups and organisations throughout the Whitsundays
region.

The new Program will facilitate the funding of various community initiatives in the areas of health and welfare, art, music and cultural activities, environmental initiatives, education, and community events,
with grants of up to $2,000 available.

“Our Community Support Program will allow us to make a real difference to the Whitsundays community,” said Ray White Whitsunday Principal, Mark Beale.

“Although our agency has supported many community activities over the years, this new Program will provide a structured approach to our funding process and assist us in fostering stronger community
partnerships for the benefit of the region.

The Ray White Community Support Program will be open to community-based projects, not-for-profit and educational organisations, and sporting clubs throughout the year, with each application to be
submitted no less than five weeks prior to the community initiative commencing.

“Every member of the Ray White Whitsunday team is proud to call the Whitsundays home, so it’s only fitting that we do everything we can to further develop the wonderful community services that play a
vital role in our region,” Mr Beale said.

“We can’t wait to announce our first community partnership under the Program in the near future.”

Guidelines and an application form for the Ray White Whitsunday Community Support Program can be found on the Ray White Whitsunday website at www.raywhitewhitsunday.com.au (under Community
Support Program). Alternatively, further details can be obtained by contacting the Ray White office on (07) 4948 8500.

For media enquiries/images: Please contact Zoe Skinner, Office Manager – Ray White Whitsunday, on 4948 8521 or at zoe.skinner@raywhite.com.

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