Community Grants

2021 recipients, as announced at the ‘Big Give’ – May 2021

Border Trust Community Grants 

  • Baranduda Rural Fire Brigade $3,000 for  Uninterrupted Power Supply
  • Brave Hearts on the Murray $3,500 for the What Cancer Taught Me – Book Re-print
  • Bowls GR8 for Brains $3,000 for New Bowls & Mechanical Arms
  • Wodonga Middle Years College $2,500 for the Koori Art Club

2AY through the Geoff & Helen Handbury Foundation

  • City of Albury RSL Sub-Branch $800 for ANZAC Day 2022 Service equipment hire
  • 1st Myrtleford Scout Group $2,500 for furnishing the new hall
  • Beechworth Wildlife Rescue $1,150 for Wildlife Rescue Supplies
  • Community Crew & Albury $5000 for the UPA Lavington Dementia Program

We also acknowledge and thank the 2021 Community Grant Program for a $2500 contribution to Border Trust.

Adroit Insurance and Risk – Named Sub Fund Contribution

  • YES Unlimited $5,000 for the Young Change Makers Leadership Retreat

Michael and Sue Houlihan – Named Sub Fund Contribution

  • YES Unlimited $4,000 for the Children of Betty’s Place

Hume Bank City2City Run Walk

  • Albury Wodonga Health $16,000 as a Thank you to our frontline health workers – Staff tea room facilities
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