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Why Volunteer
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Why Volunteer

  • Contribute to a cause you care about?

  • Help others?

  • Make a difference?

  • Find purpose?

  • Connect with your community?

  • Meet new people and make new friends?

  • Get out of the house?

  • You love horses and feel you can contribute?

 

The volunteers at RDA (NSW) Goulburn Centre have an important and responsible job. They are an integral part of running the riding programs. Without them the centre would not function.

Volunteer Roles

We need people to assist in the many and varied roles listed below.

  •          Horse Leaders

  •          Side Walkers

  •          Property Maintenance

  •          Committee and Management

  •          Fund Raising / Events

  •          Grant Writing and Submissions

  •          Horse Care and Training

  •          Web Management

 

Horse or medical knowledge is not essential.

 

Two and sometimes three volunteers are needed for each rider to either lead or act as side walkers during the riding session. For this reason the program relies heavily upon many volunteers attending each fortnight within the school term.

Volunteer for RDA Goulburn

If any aspect of volunteering is of interest to you, please contact us now.​

Whatever your talent, we can use it!

The steps in becoming a volunteer:

  • Contact us for a Volunteer Application Form OR to discuss volunteering 

  • Obtain a Working With Children Check Number – apply at Services NSW, volunteers free of charge

  • Complete Volunteer Application Form

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Volunteer for RDA
Volunteer Achievements
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Volunteer Achievements

Patricia McCormick (on the right) being presented with the 2019 Pearl Bachelor Volunteer of the Year Award for the Southern Highlands by Margaret Norman OAM (Hon Director/ Chairperson RDA NSW) (on the left).

This award recognises volunteers who demonstrate outstanding and exemplary service to Riding for the Disabled Association (NSW) at Regional and State level.

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NSW Women of the Year Awards

Goulburn 2020 Local Woman of the Year was awarded to Jo Grove Riding for the Disabled Association (NSW) GOULBURN CENTRE.

Member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman said

"This award recognises Mrs  Grove's outstanding contribution through her hard work and dedication to the local community through her support for RDA Goulburn" 

 

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