Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Australian Air League Incorporated Hervey Bay Squadron, Australian Air League HERVEY BAY 4655 $3,390.06 The Australian Air League promotes good citizenship and the spirit of aviation among the youth of Australia. The Hervey Bay Squadron is dependent on the efforts of its civic-minded volunteers, who coordinate fundraising initiatives for youth cadet programs and run leadership courses to prepare young people for careers in aviation. By reaching out to young people, the Squadron fosters a welcoming atmosphere for participants and encourages a socially inclusive community.
Australian Air League Incorporated Australian Air League Incorporated - Southport Squadron ARUNDEL 4214 $3,833.00 The Australian Air League is dedicated to engaging young people and equipping them with important life skills through participation in aviation-related activities. Volunteers of the Southport Squadron coordinate education programs, organise leadership initiatives and develop accelerated pathways into aviation employment for participants. The Squadron plays an important role in the community, instilling confidence and social responsibility in participants while encouraging their intellectual, social and physical development.
Australian Air League Incorporated Victoria Group Australian Air League Incorporated Moorabbin Air Museum Squadron MOORABBIN AIRPORT 3194 $3,892.00 The Australian Air League is a civilian-operated youth organisation that aims to foster community interest in aviation. Volunteers of the Moorabbin Air Museum Squadron contribute by organising sporting and drill competitions, teaching aviation theory to students and encouraging participation in community celebrations such as Australia Day. The Squadron provides participants with a sense of belonging as well as aviation-related skills and is a valuable community resource for young people from all walks of life.
Australian Albanian Prespa Association Australian Albanian Prespa Association RESERVOIR 3073 $4,900.00 Australian Albanian Prespa Association is focused on meeting the spiritual, emotional and social needs of its members and the wider Reservoir region. Volunteers work to strengthen their community by providing a venue for prayer and worship services, assisting with weddings and funerals and raising funds for a range of initiatives and social events throughout the region. The Association is an integral part of the local district and a valuable catalyst for its ongoing development.
Australian and Asian Art Network Association Incorporated Australian and Asian Art Network Association Incorporated SUNNYBANK 4109 $4,700.00 The Australian and Asian Art Network Association encourages an inclusive, tolerant community that celebrates its multicultural composition. Volunteers are active in their work and contribute by staging cultural and musical events, visiting aged care facilities to provide entertainment for the residents, and preparing newsletters and promotional material to engage the wider community. The Association provides volunteers with an effective avenue through which to support multiculturalism and contribute to an integrated community.
Australian Armenian Welfare Society Incorporated in Victoria Australian Armenian Welfare Society Incorporated in Victoria GLEN WAVERLEY 3150 $3,600.00 The Australian Armenian Welfare Society offers a welcoming environment in which community members can congregate and work together to enhance social inclusion. Volunteers donate their time and service to encourage aging members of the Armenian culture to participate in a range of social, recreational and cultural activities throughout the year. The Association works closely to identify and address local needs and is an important catalyst in the development of a more productive, inclusive community.
Australian Bosniak Association Incorporated Australian Bosniak Association Incorporated DEER PARK 3023 $4,100.00 The Australian Bosniak Association delivers a range of support services to members of Australia's Bosniak community and their families. Volunteers coordinate lectures on Bosniak and Australian history and organise social outings and events to assist disadvantaged residents connect with the wider community. The Association facilitates access to a range of health and educational resources, developing awareness of local multicultural identity and advocating an ethos of social inclusion.
Australian Breastfeeding Association Australian Breastfeeding Association, Hills Region South Australia MURRAY BRIDGE 5253 $4,333.00 The Australian Breastfeeding Association is a breastfeeding support service, offering up-to-date information and continuing education to health professionals and mothers. Volunteers of the Hills Region South Australia branch coordinate regular meetings, organise welfare services and undertake community awareness programs. The Association builds socially inclusive support networks and provides volunteers with opportunities for meaningful contribution, fostering a safer and cohesive community.
Australian Breastfeeding Association Australian Breastfeeding Association Tasmania Branch ULVERSTONE 7315 $1,940.00 The Australian Breastfeeding Association supports mothers who breastfeed and advocates for a breastfeeding inclusive society. Volunteers of the Tasmania Branch perform a wide range of tasks, including offering counselling services, coordinating community education initiatives and organising regular social events. The Association builds socially inclusive support networks and provides volunteers with opportunities for meaningful contribution, fostering a safe and cohesive community.
Australian Breastfeeding Association ABA Western District Region PORTLAND 3305 $5,000.00 The Australian Breastfeeding Association was established to support, protect and promote the practice of breastfeeding in the community. Volunteers of the Western District Region coordinate regular meetings, organise welfare services and undertake community awareness programs to enhance participation in the region. The Association supports new mothers and improves their wellbeing by ensuring they have access to valuable emotional support networks.

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