STAWELL - Stawell Primary School has become the latest community group to receive a generous donation from the Stawell Eight Ball Pool Association.
Anthony Lyons, president of the Eight Ball Pool Association, presented 502 chaplain Ruth Graham with a cheque for $1000 at the school's Breakfast Club.
The Breakfast Club mornings are held at 502 on Tuesdays and Thursdays and is one of many programs that are operated out of chaplaincy.
It aims to provide a happy environment for children to start their school day and a range of food is on offer, including toast, juice, fruit, cereal and sometimes there are even pancake mornings.
The Club is manned by six volunteers with support from the Stawell Baptist Church.
Mrs Graham and Craig Allan, pastor at the Baptist Church were extremely pleased with the donation and thanked the Eight Ball Pool Association.
"We appreciate fully this generous gift," Mrs Graham said, adding the the money received will go towards the Breakfast Club budget.
Stawell Eight Ball Pool Association is a corporation and is only allowed to carry a certain amount of money.
If they have an excess of funds, the association donates to charity.
AFL Auskick, the Leukaemia Foundation and Grampians Milo in2cricket program have all been past beneficiaries of the association's generosity.