Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Airlie Beach/Whitsunday Returned and Services League Sub Branch Airlie Beach/Whitsunday Returned and Services League Sub Branch CANNONVALE 4802 $5,000.00 The Returned and Services League operates nationwide to support the wellbeing of former and current Australian Defence Force personnel and their families. The volunteers of the Airlie Beach/Whitsunday RSL Sub Branch are a valued part of their community, conducting annual memorial services and arranging educational initiatives, such as military cadets for young people. Through the efforts of its volunteer contingent, the Branch promotes humanitarian values and contributes to a more inclusive community.
Al Ehsan Centre Al Ehsan Centre NOTTING HILL 3168 $5,000.00 The Al Ehsan Centre offers a number of cultural and social services catered to Victoria's Muslim faith and wider communities. The Centre is reliant on the dedicated efforts of its volunteers, who run an Arabic language school and organise multifaith, youth and women's seminars for residents and visitors to the area. Through the provision of these services, the Centre encourages an integrated, multicultural community and has become a valuable catalyst for social inclusion in Melbourne.
Al-Amen Iraqi Association Incorporated Al-Amen Iraqi Association Incorporated COBRAM 3644 $4,000.00 Al-Amen Iraqi Association is a community-based organisation that encourages people of Iraqi descent to form connections with each other and the wider community. Volunteers are an indispensable part of the Association, demonstrating their community spirit by running education programs for groups and individuals, organising events to raise public awareness of migrant issues, and providing referrals to health and welfare services. Through the efforts of its volunteers, the Association promotes values of tolerance and mutual assistance and has become a respected part of the Cobram community.
AL-HEDAYA Association Incorporated AL-HEDAYA Association Incorporated COBRAM 3644 $3,000.00 The Al-Hedaya Association builds support networks for residents of Arabic-speaking backgrounds and encourages their engagement with the wider community. Volunteers contribute to the Association's work in a number of ways, including assisting newly-arrived refugees to settle in the community, partnering with local council on cultural initiatives, and organising recreational events to bring local residents together. The Association is committed to improving social inclusion and contributing meaningfully to the wellbeing of individuals and families in the community.
Albanvale Football Club Albanvale Football Club DEER PARK 3023 $4,900.00 Albanvale Football Club provides local community members with opportunities for sporting and social development in an inclusive, instructive setting. Volunteers are the cornerstone of the Club and contribute by coaching teams, conducting fundraising initiatives and transporting players to training and games. The Club welcomes members of all ages and backgrounds, including many from Indigenous and newly-arrived migrant families, which helps to foster a more inclusive community.
Albany Horsemen's Association Albany Horsemen's Association ROBINSON 6330 $3,330.00 Albany Horsemen's Association is a community-oriented organisation that offers competitive and recreational equestrian activities to members of the local community. Volunteers provide mentoring and advice on horse care, as well as training horses and assisting in the preparation of food. The Association welcomes members of all ages and backgrounds, helping to foster a more inclusive society.
Albion Park Cricket Club Incorporated Albion Park Cricket Club Incorporated ALBION PARK 2527 $2,980.00 Albion Park Cricket Club promotes a socially inclusive and physically active community by providing players with an outlet for recreation and competition. Volunteers donate their time and energy to run the Club, which facilitates the physical and personal development of players regardless of age or ability. By involving participants and volunteers in an environment that promotes healthy lifestyles, team values and social interaction, the Club continues to shape generations of engaged community members.
Albion Park Men's Shed Incorporated Albion Park Men's Shed Incorporated ALBION PARK 2527 $4,109.00 Albion Park Men's Shed encourages men to meet, socialise, and use their expertise to benefit the lives of others. Volunteers maintain the Shed and its facilities, develop community-focused projects for local organisations, and support individuals and families by providing home and garden maintenance services. The Shed promotes an ethos of tolerance and respect by encouraging community members of all ages and levels of ability to get involved in its activities.
Albion Park Oak Flats Combined Probus Club Incorporated Albion Park Oak Flats Combined Probus Club Incorporated ALBION PARK 2527 $2,451.00 Probus is a volunteer-run association that provides older and retired community members with regular opportunities to remain intellectually stimulated and explore new interests. Volunteers from the Albion Park Oak Flats Combined Probus Club organise social and educational activities, such as informative guest speakers, so that participants can connect with friends in an inclusive atmosphere. The Club contributes to community wellbeing by assisting retirees to remain active and engaged in later life.
Albion Park Oak Flats Junior and Minor Rugby League Football Club Albion Park Oak Flats Junior and Minor Rugby League Football Club ALBION PARK RAIL 2527 $4,400.00 Albion Park Oak Flats Junior and Minor Rugby League Football Club offers children and young people the chance to develop social and athletic skills through participation in the sport of rugby league. Volunteers support the Club by delivering coaching, training and first aid to players. The Club welcomes people of all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and provides a safe, healthy environment for personal growth and community interaction.

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