Equipment projects to the gym can be challenging, especially if you don’t have the resources or skills to do it yourself.
The equipment projects for The Dining Room at The Royal Melbourne have been funded by the Victorian Government’s project gym funding scheme, but the projects have also been funded in the past by local government, the Victorian Public Service Commission and private donations.
The project gym has been in operation since April this year and it has raised over $150,000 for the local community through the Dining Rooms Project.
We were told that if we wanted to do this, the money would come through our local council, and that was pretty exciting to hear.
The Dining rooms project manager from The Dieters Project Gym, James Dyson, said the community supported the project because of the support it has received from the Victorian State Government.
“There’s not a lot of local councils that are investing in these projects, so this has really put us in touch with local government,” Mr Dyson said.
The project has been supported by The Dineers Project, a project of The Diners Project Gym.”
I’ve never been a gym owner myself, but I think it’s very cool to see that people are really looking at the projects and the people that are putting it together and really supporting it.”
The project has been supported by The Dineers Project, a project of The Diners Project Gym.
The program was developed in partnership with the Department of Education and Skills, and the Department for Communities, Local Government and Indigenous Affairs.
It aims to give young people access to an inclusive, safe and fun place to learn, play and socialise.
To help fund the project, The Dines Project Gym has received more than $100,000 in public donations.
“We’ve got a great community and we’re hoping that this project will go really well and that this will get people excited about what they’re doing,” Mr Gidley said.
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