Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Riding for the Disabled NSW - Kendall Centre Riding for the Disabled NSW - Kendall Centre KENDALL 2439 $1,010.00 Riding for the Disabled Association of Kendall enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Kendall 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 NSW Port Macquarie Centre Riding for the Disabled NSW Port Macquarie Centre LAKE CATHIE 2445 $2,300.00 Riding for the Disabled NSW Wauchope Port Macquarie Centre encourages the physical and intellectual development of individuals with disability, enriching lives through specialised horse riding programs.  Volunteers of the Centre 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 is an avenue through which individuals with disability and volunteers can come together, develop a sense of community and experience an environment defined by social inclusion.
Riding for the Disabled NSW Tweed Valley Centre Riding for the Disabled NSW Tweed Valley Centre MURWILLUMBAH 2484 $2,034.00 Riding for the Disabled enriches the lives of people with disability through specialised programs that promote their physical and social development. Volunteers of the Tweed Valley 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.
Riding for the Disabled Oakford Riding for the Disabled Oakford CARDUP 6122 $4,950.00 Riding for the Disabled Oakford 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 teaching riding skills to participants, caring for the horses, and holding open days to encourage 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 South Australia Incorporated Riding for the Disabled Jennibrook Farm WOODCROFT 5162 $3,175.00 Riding for the Disabled Jennibrook Farm 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 group by organising riding lessons for participants, caring for the horses, and encouraging social inclusion and interaction among volunteers and participants alike. 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 St Helens Incorporated Riding for the Disabled St Helens Incorporated ST HELENS 7215 $1,400.00 Riding for the Disabled encourages the physical and intellectual development of individuals with disability, enriching lives through specialised horse riding programs.  Volunteers of the St Helens 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 St Helens Incorporated Riding for the Disabled St Helens Incorporated ST HELENS 7216 $1,080.00 Riding for the Disabled St Helens provides therapeutic, horse-related activities for children and adults with physical, mental, cognitive, social and behavioural disability. Volunteers are at the forefront of operations, supporting the branch by organising equine-assisted learning and therapeutic programs, 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.
Ridley Grove Community Garden Association Incorporated Ridley Grove Community Garden Association Incorporated WOODVILLE GARDENS 5012 $1,934.00 The Ridley Grove Community Garden Association is maintained by a group of dedicated volunteers who strive to improve the Woodville Gardens community. Volunteers work with the local school to run educational programs that promote sustainability for students, maintain the Garden for local residents to grow plants and vegetables, and encourage members to work towards the betterment of the region. The Garden acts as a focal point for the local community and ensures regular social contact and interaction for residents, resulting in a cohesive, inclusive society.
Ringwood Men's Shed Incorporated Ringwood Men's Shed Incorporated RINGWOOD 3134 $3,784.00 Ringwood Men's Shed is a welcoming venue where men from the local community can come together for social interaction and DIY projects. Volunteers maintain a well-resourced environment where men can discuss issue related to health and wellbeing while participating in workshop activities to assist other community groups. The Shed is a valued part of the Ringwood community, uniting men from various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds through an ethos of community engagement.
Ringwood Spiders Football Club Ringwood Spiders Football Club MOOROOLBARK 3138 $4,050.00 The Ringwood Spiders Football Club provides a friendly atmosphere for people living with disability to connect with their peers and participate in regular sporting activity. Volunteers provide players with opportunities to interact socially while benefitting from a healthy and active lifestyle. The Club is a focal point in the Mooroolbark community, offering locals an avenue to network, make friends and adopt values of teamwork and self-discipline in a healthy and welcoming environment.

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