An elected NSW Labor Government will provide $150,000 to the Marsden Park Majid in Riverstone as part of commitment to supporting multicultural and faith communities in NSW.
The funding will allow the Marsden Park Majid to better serve the Islamic community in Sydney’s northwest by upgrading the Majid’s facilities and improving prayer arrangements.
The commitment is part of NSW Labor’s Fresh Start Plan to support the growing and diverse communities in western Sydney that have been neglected during 12 years of Liberal and National governments.
Quotes attributed to Warren Kirby, candidate for Riverstone:
“This funding demonstrates NSW Labor’s commitment to supporting the Islamic community in Riverstone and in Sydney’s northwest.
“Multiculturalism makes our state stronger and more vibrant – and the projects we’re funding will make a real difference in people’s lives across NSW.”
“Only NSW Labor is committed to strengthening and celebrating the multicultural and multifaith communities in New South Wales.”