Border Trust Community Grants

The successful recipients of the Border Trust 2023 Community Grants funded by Scanlon Foundation are:


Albury Wodonga Regional FoodShare Awarded $5,000.00 for Feeding our Community – Multicultural Program

Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau Awarded $4,000.00 for Multicultural Community Lunch

Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau Awarded $4,000.00 for Multicultural Exercise Program

Murray Valley Sanctuary Refugee Group Awarded $10,000.00 for Fuelling Social Inclusion

Parklands Albury Wodonga Ltd Awarded $12,000.00 for Improving water pressure at the Bhutanese Community Farm.


2023 Scanlon Foundation Grant Recipients


Congratulation to the following Border Trust 2022 Community Grant Program recipients!

  • Albury Wodonga Regional Foodshare – $5,000, Disaster Preparedness
  • Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau – $4,990, Multicultural Exercise Program
  • Corowa and District S.H.E Shed Inc. – $5,000, SHE Shed Future Growth & Participation
  • Henty Respite Limited – $5,000, Avondale Place – Outdoor Furniture
  • Mercy Connect – $1,244, Mercy Connect AFL Fan Group – Providing Connection, Socialisation & Fun
  • Our Native Garden Nursery Inc – $5,000, Local Native Plant Propagation Tables
  • St Johns Ambulance Australia (VIC) Inc – $4,042, St Johns Ambulance Wodonga Division – Defibrillator Replacement Program