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More than $5.4 million has been allocated via the Community Capital Works Fund (CCWF) to assist grassroot community hubs support the growing needs of our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities.

CaLD community associations and community service organisations across the State will now be able to upgrade, maintain and diversify critical community infrastructure to accommodate contemporary requirements and ensure that these important spaces are available for generations to come.

These facilities are run and operated by volunteer groups and provide culturally appropriate services, including for people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Services can include family support, enterprise development and housing support, as well as programs for specific groups such as, people with disabilities, young people, seniors, LGBTQIA+ and women.

The CCWF is administered by the Office of Multicultural Interests and more details, including a full list of recipients here:

Read the full media release here: Cook Government provides critical support for CaLD communities | Western Australian Government (

Page reviewed 20 October 2020