The Gloucester Uniting Church will present grants totaling $20,000 at the 9.30am church service on Sunday, August 13.
From the eight applications for a maximum $10,000 grant, three were successful.
Gloucester High School plans to reintroduce the breakfast club for the remaining two school terms.
It will be held three days per week.
The project will cost $1725 to run and will be assisted by a $1500 church grant.
Gloucester Public School wants to erect sun protection in the school grounds.
The project will cost $27,000 and the school will receive $9250 from the church.
Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group want to establish a community kitchen.
The project will cost $136,298 and will receive a $9250 grant.
Reverend Judy Caldwell will lead the service from 9.30am for the presentation of grants.
Representatives from the three organisations are expected to be present to receive their cheques.
Meanwhile, the church recently celebrated the Australian church’s 40th birthday.
Church members marked the occasion with a special cake.