School Care Project 2021- Feeding Local Projects


Ramsgate RSL are very excited to see the relaunch of our successful School grant program School Care Project’,  that was launched in 2019 and then postponed in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions and capacity challenges.

What is it?
Ramsgate RSL’s School Care Project is our community School Grant program.

How does it work?

Ramsgate RSL will donate $10,000 between three schools in our local community to support projects that fall under our CARE Program framework; Community Awareness and Respecting our Environment.

The voting period commences 1st April 2021 and will see the school with the most votes receive $5000, followed by the second highest with $3000 and the third receiving $2000 in grant funding towards their projects.

Diners at Ramsgate RSL Restaurants; ‘The Kitchen by Mikes Grill’ and ‘Zen Restaurant’ will be included in the voting process during the April voting period, giving the local community the chance to vote on their favourite projects that schools in our community want to launch and/or progress with.

2021 School Finalists

Moorefield Girls High School 

“Moorefield Making a Difference” Project – where the aim is to ensure the school maximizes it’s opportunity to recycle and divert waste from landfill

Brighton Le Sands Public Primary School 

“Rejuvenate School Vegetable Garden & Outdoor Learning space” project – where the aim is to refresh an existing vegetable garden and outdoor learning area to convert it into a positive learning space

St Finbar’s Catholic Primary School Sans Souci 

“Adventure Garden” Project – will see the construction of a natural adventure playground for the children to jump and climb, therefore assisting in the mental and physical wellbeing of the students.


2019 Winners:
-$5,000 to Carlton Public School ‘Bubbler Project’ for the installation of more water efficient bubblers on their school grounds to help save water
-$3,000 to Kyeemagh Infants Public School ‘Kyeemagh Cares’ for the installation of new community BBQ’s, a Community Street Library and edible Bushfood Garden to help build a strong sense of community.
-$2,000 to St Francis Xavier’s Catholic Primary School ‘STFX Community Market’ to start a Community Swap Market to help recycle unused/unwanted goods . The revenue raised will be used to build a community garden/recycling centre at their school.