Work to refurbish the Snowy Mountains Neighbourhood Centre at Jindabyne will start soon thanks to a helping hand from the NSW government.
Funding to the tune of $40,220 will be provided under the government's Community Building Partnership program.
"The Snowy Mountains Neighbourhood Centre is a community-based organisation that runs programs and offers services to support the wellbeing of people living in the area," according to Member for Monaro John Barilaro.
"The centre was in need of an upgrade and I'm pleased that the NSW Government saw fit to make funding available to ensure that the centre remains a pleasant place for clients to visit.
"Local construction jobs and businesses will benefit from refurbish activity as this community infrastructure is upgraded."
More than 1315 community projects across NSW will share in $90 million allocated to Community Building Partnership program over four years.
The Monaro electorate has been allocated $200,000 to fund a number of community projects.
"There was strong competition for the available funds and a high level of interest from the community with over 2,700 applications received across the state in total," said Mr Barilaro.
"The NSW government is getting on with the job to rebuild NSW by investing almost $60 billion for infrastructure across the state over the next four years.
"I look forward to seeing the benefits to our communities as projects are undertaken and put into use across the Monaro."