Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria Warrandyte Centre Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria Warrandyte Centre WARRANDYTE 3113 $4,888.20 Riding for the Disabled Association of Victoria Warrandyte Centre provides equestrian activities for people with disabilities. In addition to developing horse riding skills, and providing a network for friendships, volunteers organise community activities allowing clients to feel a part of society. The volunteers gain a greater understanding of those in the community who suffer with disabilities and develop a greater level of consciousness of the value of their contribution to society as a whole.
Riding for the Disabled Association of WA Collie Group Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Association of WA Collie Group Incorporated COLLIE 6225 $4,690.00 Riding for the Disabled Association of WA enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Collie Group 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 of Western Australia Midwest Group Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Association of Western Australia Midwest Group Incorporated GERALDTON 6530 $1,000.00 Riding for the Disabled Midwest Group allows children and adults with disability to participate in weekly riding sessions. Volunteers help conduct riding sessions, and bring horses and riding equipment to the Centre each week, to provide enjoyable and therapeutic sessions to participants. The Centre assists individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.
Riding for the Disabled Association SA Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Association Yorke Peninsula WALLAROO 5556 $4,920.00 Riding for the Disabled Association Yorke Peninsula enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Yorke Peninsula Group organise safe, therapeutic 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 SA Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Barossa and Light Centre NURIOOTPA 5355 $3,233.00 Riding for the Disabled Barossa and Light 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 Centre 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 South Australia Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Port Pirie Centre PORT PIRIE 5540 $3,999.00 Riding for the Disabled Port Pirie Centre provides riding and associated activities for people with disabilities within the region. Volunteers maintain grounds and facilities, feed and care for the horses, prepare lessons and support riders competing in the Riding for the Disabled South Australia State games by transporting horses and equipment. The Club fosters an inclusive and supportive environment, building the self-esteem and emotional wellbeing of participants and encouraging social interaction and community involvement.
Riding for the Disabled Association South Australia Incorporated Riding for the Disabled O'Halloran Hill O'HALLORAN HILL 5158 $4,950.00 Riding for the Disabled O'Halloran Hill provides therapeutic, horse-related activities for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers are at the fore of operations, supporting the branch by tailoring activities to participants, contributing to local events, 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 Association South Australia Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Port Lincoln Centre PORT LINCOLN 5606 $2,475.00 Riding for the Disabled assists individuals with disability to have fun and make new friends while learning about horse riding and other equestrian-related activities. Volunteers at the Port Lincoln Centre work with the local school to develop joint initiatives, organise recreational and competitive events that promote healthy lifestyles among participants and encourage family members to attend and form valuable support networks. By assisting individuals with disability to build connections, gain personal satisfaction and remain active, the Centre contributes to a more progressive society.
Riding For The Disabled Incorporated Victoria Riding For The Disabled Incorporated Victoria SHEPPARTON 3630 $1,900.00 Riding for the Disabled enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Shepparton Group 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 New South Wales Tweed Valley Centre Riding for the Disabled New South Wales Tweed Valley Centre MURWILLIMBAH 2484 $2,995.00 Riding for the Disabled enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs to promote their physical and social development. Volunteers from the Tweed Valley Centre organise safe, therapeutic horse-related activities that bring joy and fulfilment to participants and assist their families to form valuable support networks. The Centre encourages individuals with disability to improve their self-esteem and engage with the community through participation in equestrian activities.

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