Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Riding for Disabled Association Maryborough Incorporated Riding for Disabled Association Maryborough Incorporated BIDWILL 4650 $4,971.00 The Riding For Disabled Association provides therapeutic, horse related activities for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers are at the fore of operations in Maryborough, teaching riding skills to participants, caring for the horses, and encouraging participation among people from many walks of life. Through its entertaining schedule of activities, Riding for the Disabled and its volunteers help people with disability to gain self-confidence while having fun in a healthy, active way.
Riding for Disabled Association of Victoria Riding for Disabled Daylesford Centre DAYLESFORD 3460 $4,550.00 Riding for the Disabled enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs to promote their physical and social development. Volunteers at the Daylesford Centre organise safe, interactive events that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and encourage their families to form valuable support networks. The Centre assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for Disabled Association SA Incorporated SE Branch Riding for Disabled Association SA Incorporated SE Branch WANDILO 5290 $2,000.00 Riding for the Disabled Association SA enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers from the South East Branch organise safe, therapeutic horse-related activities that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and enable their families to form valuable support networks. Riding for the Disabled assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for Disabled Association Victoria Incorporated Riding for Disabled Association Victoria Incorporated FLEMINGTON 3031 $4,290.00 The Riding for Disabled Association Victoria provides policies, procedures, training and support for 38 Riding for Disabled Centres in Victoria. Volunteers perform a wide range of tasks, including coordinating training programs and developing safe, effective approaches to encourage social inclusion and participation among people with disability. The Association plays a vital role in the wider community, breaking down barriers to entry and ensuring a more inclusive and cohesive society.
Riding for Disabled Cowra Centre Riding for Disabled Cowra Centre COWRA 2794 $4,900.00 Riding for the Disabled Association Cowra Centre enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote physical and social development, and encourage healthy interaction between riders and horses. Volunteers organise safe, therapeutic horse-related activities that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and enable their families to form valuable support networks. The Association is an essential aspect of its local region, providing an outlet for people with a disability to improve their self-esteem through the enjoyment of equestrian activities.
Riding for Disabled Mount Gambier Riding for Disabled Mount Gambier SUTTONTOWN 5291 $2,000.00 Riding for Disabled Mount Gambier assists individuals with disability to have fun and make new friends while learning about horse riding and other equestrian-related activities. Community members from many walks of life volunteer their time by coordinating lessons, caring for the horses and organising recreational and competitive events that promote healthy lifestyles among participants and enable family members to form vital support networks. By assisting individuals with disability to build connections, gain personal satisfaction and remain active, the organisation contributes to a more progressive society.
Riding For The Disabled Riding For The Disabled MANDURANG SOUTH 3551 $5,000.00 Riding for the Disabled encourages the physical and intellectual development of individuals with disability, enriching lives through specialised horse riding programs.  Volunteers of the Bendigo branch organise recreational and competitive equestrian activities that encourage individuals of all ages to adopt active, healthy lifestyles, form new friendships and engage with the community.  The sport of horse riding provides an avenue through which individuals with disability and volunteers can come together for social interaction and recreational enjoyment.
Riding for the Disabled - Blue Mountains Riding for the Disabled - Blue Mountains BLAXLAND 2774 $1,760.00 Riding for the Disabled - Blue Mountains provides therapeutic, horse-related activities for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers of many ages and backgrounds support the branch by teaching riding skills to participants, caring for the horses, and encouraging people from all walks of life to get involved. Through its entertaining schedule of activities, the branch and its volunteers help people with disability to gain self-confidence while having fun in a healthy, active way.
Riding for the Disabled - Seymour Riding for the Disabled - Seymour TALLAROOK STREET 3660 $4,820.00 Riding for the Disabled Seymour enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers organise safe, therapeutic horse-related activities that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and enable their families to form valuable support networks. Riding for the Disabled assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for the Disabled - Young Centre Riding for the Disabled - Young Centre MURRINGO YOUNG 2594 $4,800.00 Riding for the Disabled enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Young Centre organise safe, therapeutic horse-related activities that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and enable their families to form valuable support networks. The Centre assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.

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