The Board of the WIA has accepted the recommendations of the 2012 Club Grant Committee and announced the successful applications.
The Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club will receive a grant of $600 to make improvements to Club Station and hall to enable them to conduct training and education courses.
The Brisbane Amateur Radio Club will be supported by a grant of $600 to provide a laptop computer to run AOCP classes.
The Central Goldfields ARC Maryborough will receive a grant of $500 for a data projector for a new meeting room.
The Eastern and Mountain Districts Radio Club will be supported by a grant of $1,000 to support their work promoting amateur radio by the installation of a Digital TV system for both fixed and portable use in classrooms and public display.
The Fishers Ghost Amateur Radio Club will receive a grant of $573 to help them to improve their building shared with a scout group by the provision of screen doors.
The Scout Members Amateur Radio Team WA will receive a grant of $600 to purchase publicity materials such as posters, website and exhibition pull up banners to be used to promote amateur radio training and assessment.
The Sherbrooke Community Radio Club will be supported by a grant of $800 to purchase a 4 kW generator and marquee to better participate in public events, radio contests and JOTA.
The Tamworth Radio Club will be supported by a grant of $520 to support their on-going project installing digipeters in NW NSW in support of Scouts training and Amateur Radio generally.
The full report of the 2012 Grant Committee can be found below.