The Member for Cootamundra has announced funding for the Murrumburrah-Harden Flexible Care Services Inc from the NSW Government's Community Building Partnership fund.
Steph Cooke said $13,426 had been awarded to upgrade the Service's technology infrastructure which will see the existing computer network replaced by a modern server with five networked workstations.
Ms Cooke said this investment would ensure the Flexible Care Services have the digital infrastructure they need.
"This Community Building Partnership grant will help the Flexible Care Services Inc to continue their important work throughout the Murrumburrah-Harden community with up to date technology," Ms Cooke said.
"This fantastic organisation is a key supporter of many elderly and vulnerable people in the community and I am very proud to announce this grant that will assist them in this vital work."
"This sort of project is just what the CBP is all about, bringing our communities together and ensuring everyone can live their lives to the fullest.
Chairman of the Murrumburrah-Harden Flexible Care Services Inc Board Stewart Bruce said he was delighted.
"This upgrade will have a huge impact on us because our computer system network at the moment is quite old and sometimes doesn't allow us to do the things we want to do," Mr Bruce said.
"These improvements will bring us up to date and allow us to provide a better service for our clients. I'm thrilled we have received this grant."