More than 30 Community Resource Centres in Central Wheatbelt and Avon Valley could face a funding slash by more than 40 per cent as of next year.
Quairading Community Resource Centre is one of many vital institutions in the area that bring small communities together and assist with personal, economic, community and business development.
The not-for-profit organisations arrange events and initiates that many locals rely on.
In the 2017/18 State budget the Government announced a review of all Royalties for Regions initiatives which included a 38.5 per cent cut in allocated funding for Community Resource Centre from the 2019/20 budget onwards, dropping from $13 million a year to $8 million a year.
Centres face huge budget cut
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