Volunteer Grants - Successful Organisations

Legal Name Provider Name Location Provider / Activity Postcode Total Funding Organisation Description
Wisemans Ferry and Districts Sports Incorporated Wisemans Ferry and Districts Sports Incorporated WISEMANS FERRY 2775 $3,832.00 Wisemans Ferry and Districts Sports offers social and sporting opportunities to local children in this remote area of New South Wales. Volunteers work hard to promote the organisation by coordinating events and facilitating the physical and personal development of players, regardless of age or ability. The organisation welcomes people of all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and provides a safe, healthy environment for skill acquisition and community interaction.
Wodonga and District Senior Citizens Centre Wodonga and District Senior Citizens Centre WODONGA 3690 $4,000.00 The Wodonga and District Senior Citizens Centre offers a welcoming and supportive atmosphere for older community members to remain active and connect with their peers. Volunteers work to provide a friendly and comfortable environment for seniors, and organise a wide range of activities, including strength training, tai chi and singing workshops. The Centre ensures a vital support network for its members, reducing social isolation and offering elderly residents the assistance they need for their continued wellbeing.
Wodonga Indoor Bowls Group 3rd Wodonga Scout Group WODONGA 3690 $4,500.00 The 3rd Wodonga Scout Group supports the development of young people and advocates values of personal responsibility and respect. Volunteers of the Group deliver a range of activities that promote the acquisition of important life skills and encourage participants to engage with their community. Through the efforts of the volunteers, the Group fosters social inclusion and has become an important community hub in Wodonga.
Wollondilly Anglican Parish 59th New South Wales Tahmoor Boys' Brigade TAHMOOR 2573 $3,500.00 The 59th New South Wales Tahmoor Boys' Brigade assists boys and young men to become productive, responsible adults. Volunteers organise a variety of fun, educational leadership programs that encourage pride and self-reliance and offer guidance for the region's male youth. The Brigade shapes a more inclusive community by providing young people, including those at risk of disadvantage, with opportunities for fun and personal advancement.
Wollondilly Community Men's Sheds Incorporated Appin Men's Shed APPIN 2560 $3,245.00 Appin Men's Shed is a welcoming venue where local men can come together for social interaction and DIY projects. Volunteers organise a range of projects to engage members and visitors, including community gardening activities, maintenance of a local memorial and workshop activities to construct items for other community groups. The Shed is a prominent part of the Appin community, uniting men from various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds by advocating an ethos of community engagement.
Wollongong Church of Christ Fifty Plus FIGTREE 2525 $2,279.00 Fifty Plus is a proactive, not-for-profit community group that is dedicated to making a difference in its town and region. Volunteers give their time and energy to entertain at a local retirement home and hospital, provide food to families in need, and organise breakfast twice a week at a local school. The group is a positive force in the Wollongong area, enabling civic-minded residents to work together for the betterment of their community.
Wollongong Swim Club Incorporated Wollongong Swim Club Incorporated GWYNNEVILLE 2500 $3,650.00 The Wollongong Swim Club ensures a safe and supportive environment and encourages swimmers of all levels to get involved in water activities. Volunteers arrange a variety of events and competitions, including open ocean swims, boot camps and regional carnivals, to increase participation in the sport of swimming. The Club assists swimmers to build confidence and new friendships by providing them with an avenue for social interaction and healthy, active lifestyles.
Wollongong United Football Club Wollongong United Football Club BERKELEY 2506 $5,000.00 Wollongong United Football Club promotes a socially inclusive, physically active community by providing local children and young people with an outlet for recreation and competition. Volunteers work hard to promote the Club by maintaining grounds, performing administrative tasks and organising regional sporting events. The Club welcomes people of all cultures and provides a safe, healthy environment for personal growth and community interaction.
Wolumla and District Pony Club Incorporated Wolumla and District Pony Club Incorporated WOLUMLA 2550 $3,900.00 Wolumla and District Pony Club teaches horsemanship skills to riders of many ages and abilities. Volunteers run rally days, perform general cleaning duties and prepare meals for members. The Club's friendly and welcoming atmosphere creates a culture of social inclusion and encourages healthy, active lifestyles among participants.
Wolvi and District War Memorial Hall Incorporated Wolvi and District War Memorial Hall Incorporated WOLVI 4570 $3,716.00 The Wolvi and District War Memorial Hall provides a venue for recreational activity and has become a hub of community interaction in the Gympie region. Volunteers from all walks of life share a common passion for vitalising their community by promoting the Hall as a welcoming place where local individuals, families and groups can congregate and socialise. The Hall encourages a more inclusive community by bringing together residents of many backgrounds, including those at risk of isolation, to share milestones and collaborate towards the future of the town.

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