WESTS Tradies (formerly Mount Druitt Workers) recently presented cheques to organisations that will benefit from this year's ClubsNSW Scheme.
Clubs that earn more than $1 million annually in gaming machine revenue must contribute 2.25 per cent to community projects and services.
Community groups submit applications for the grant.
Mount Druitt Tradies selected crisis accommodation service Pam's Place ($20,000), Mount Druitt Legal Aid ($3000), and Plumpton and Shane Park Rural Fire Service brigades ($4000 and $6285) for this year.
"Pam's Place is a very good cause while both Shane Park and Plumpton Rural Fire Service do exceptional work for the community," club general manager Steve Wall said.
"Mount Druitt Legal Aid also does a wonderful job for people in trouble with subsidised legal advice."
It was the first time Plumpton Rural Fire Service had applied for a grant.
Captain Craig Robinson said he gave it a shot after he heard Shanes Park had been successful last year.
The $6285 will buy three oxygen machines to treat victims and firefighters for smoke inhalation.
"It updates old equipment," Captain Robinson said. "Without the grant, we would have to hold fund-raisers, which take longer."