A Pilbara youth worker and charity organiser accused of corruption has asked for her bail conditions to be altered to allow her to transfer grant money received for her not-for-profit organisation back to a crime prevention fund. Sandra Spadanuda, who moved to Karratha eight years ago, has been involved with Blue Beanie Projects, which she helped found in 2015, and has been a youth worker for 23 years. The 40-year-old was charged in December with corruption by police, who allege she referred her clients to a non-approved project in which she had a financial interest. In Karratha Magistrate’s Court, defence lawyer Adam Oswald asked Magistrate Edward De Vries to amend Mrs Spadanuda’s bail to allow her access to Blue Beanie’s accounts to transfer $25,000 back to the community crime prevention fund. Mr Oswald said only Mrs Spadanuda was able to transfer her funds and she needed her bail modified to allow her to return the money. “There is an obligation on the company to transfer the money back to crime prevention,” he said. The magistrate said he would not alter bail conditions until advice had been received from detectives in Perth. He adjourned the case for a week. In a post to Facebook, Mrs Spadanuda said she would fight for her rights, the rights of others and for justice and truth. “The path of my life has changed so drastically the past 4 months and I know it can only be to make room for something bigger and better — I might not yet know what that is, but I know it’s coming,” she posted. “My passion is still strong, it still burns from deep within me, no matter what people say ...” Mrs Spadanuda, pictured, was due to appear before the magistrate’s court today.