Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Riding for the Disabled Association Brigadoon Centre Riding for the Disabled Association Brigadoon Centre BRIGADOON 6069 $3,397.00 Riding for the Disabled Association Brigadoon 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. Riding for the Disabled assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem through the enjoyment of equestrian activities and develop a sense of belonging through community interaction.
Riding for the Disabled Association Hervey Bay Riding for the Disabled Association Hervey Bay DUNDOWRAN 4655 $1,194.50 The Riding for the Disabled Association provides valuable support for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers are at the fore of operations in Hervey Bay, coordinating horse riding and other horse-related activities, caring for the horses, and forging strong links with the wider community. 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 Association New South Wales Riding for the Disabled- Griffith/Leeton Centre GRIFFITH 2680 $2,308.00 Riding for the Disabled provides therapeutic, horse-related activities for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers at the Griffith/Leeton Centre organise daily classes for participants, coordinate fundraising initiatives, and help to establish valuable support networks for families of participants. Through its entertaining schedule of activities, the Centre and its volunteers help people with disability to gain self-confidence while having fun in a healthy, active way.
Riding for the Disabled Association New South Wales Riding for the Disabled Association New South Wales - Dubbo Centre BROCKLEHURST 2830 $2,100.00 The Riding for the Disabled Association New South Wales enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs to promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Dubbo Centre 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 Association North Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Association North Incorporated SWAN POINT 7275 $1,138.00 Riding for the Disabled Association North 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 Association NSW Ballina and District Riding for the Disabled TEVEN 2478 $1,200.00 Ballina and District Riding for the Disabled 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. The Group assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for the Disabled Association NSW Riding for the Disabled Association NSW - Raymond Terrace & Lower Hunter Centre RAYMOND TERRACE 2324 $1,913.00 Riding for the Disabled Association Raymond Terrace and Lower Hunter Centre 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. The Association assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for the Disabled Association NSW Upper Hunter Centre Riding for the Disabled Association NSW Upper Hunter Centre MUSWELLBROOK 2333 $1,522.00 The Riding for the Disabled Association enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Upper Hunter Centre 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 Association of NSW - Narrabri Branch Riding for the Disabled Association of NSW - Narrabri Branch NARRABRI 2390 $3,108.00 Riding for the Disabled Association encourages the physical and intellectual development of individuals with disability, enriching lives through specialised horse riding programs. Volunteers at the Narrabri Branch organise recreational and competitive equestrian activities that encourage individuals of all ages to adopt active 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 Association of Tasmania Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Association of Tasmania Incorporated KINGSTON 7050 $2,451.00 The Riding for the Disabled Association of Tasmania enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs to 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.

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