Riding for the Disabled Raymond Terrace

Riding for the Disabled has been operating in Raymond Terrace and the Lower Hunter since 1979. The voluntary, non-profit centre provides therapeutic riding instruction, carriage driving and horse management skills for over 120 people with disabilities.

The centre relies on their 130 volunteers to help people with disabilities throughout the Hunter Region to experience enjoyment, challenge and a sense of achievement through participation in horse riding activities that result in the development of life skills, improved quality of life and the attainment of personal goals.

Open a Community Reward Account and support Riding for the Disabled.

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By partnering with Beyond Bank Australia, Riding for the Disabled Raymond Terrace and Lower Hunter has found some much-needed support. In 2013, they registered as a Community Reward Account recipient organisation, and they now have 34 Community Reward Accounts linked to their charity organisation.

In 2014, we provided them with a $15,000 Regional Community Grant and launched a fundraising appeal to help reach the additional $15,000 required to purchase new solar panelling and to help eliminate the facilities ever-increasing electricity bills.

Beyond Bank speaks to Bev from Riding for the Disabled Wagga Wagga

Beyond Bank has maintained a long-standing partnership with Riding for the Disabled in the Hunter, spanning more than five years. During this time we have provided assistance through funding for a specialist horse and activities for the riders, raising funds for riding equipment as well as coordinating numerous volunteering opportunities for our staff, customers and the members of the wider community.

How can you help?

You can help us support the Riding for the Disabled Raymond Terrace and Lower Hunter fundraising appeal by donating at any of our branches.

You can also continue to support Riding for the Disabled Raymond Terrace and Lower Hunter by opening a Community Reward Account1 and nominating Riding for the Disabled Raymond Terrace and Lower Hunter as the recipient.

Every year we give a percentage of your annual average balance to your nominated charity – so the more you save the more we can give back to Riding for the Disabled.
Charity Volunteer opportunities assisting Riding for the Disabled are also available through our Community Volunteers Program.

1. The average annual balance of all Community Reward Accounts linked to a recipient organisation must be $5,000 or more for a ‘community bonus’ payment to be made.

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