In addition to hiring the hall for various events and classes, Tomerong Hall relies on the generosity of the local community and grants from various philanthropic organisations to ensure the building can be maintained to the standard required for modern events.
Tomerong Hall is fortunate to have the support of the local community. In December 2019 a Fundraiser and Christmas Party was held, and with the support of the local Fire Brigade and many volunteers, approximately $7,000 was raised to be used for ongoing maintenance and future projects at the hall.
The Tomerong School of Arts has a dedicated fund raising officer, elected to the management committee, who is experienced in finding appropriate grants and making applications.
IMB Bank has provided $10,000 towards construction of the accessible toilets as part of the IMB Community Foundation Funding program.
Veolia Mulwaree Trust has provided a grant totalling $10,230 as a contribution towards the accessible toilet program planned for the Tomerong School of Arts
As part of the NSW Government's Community Building Partnership Grants, the Tomerong School of Arts was successful in obtaining $17,000 which was used to repair and repaint the interior and exterior of the hall, as well as the main sign on the front of the building.
Tomerong School of Arts has been successful in being awarded funds to develop a community newsletter and information pack through the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal and the Snow Foundation.