Keeping wheels turning
Community Trike for York is a Cycling Without Age initiative which aims to help support the mental wellbeing of the elderly and those with a disability by offering free rides on motorised trishaws.
Rob Pampling operates Community Trike for York and loves to take his passengers for rides in the sunshine, helping get them out and about in the community.
Rob said, “just to see them improve in their outlook, in their positivity, is very rewarding.”
By playing Lotterywest games, you’ve helped give $10,000 to Community Trike for York to help purchase a new motorised trishaw to benefit the York community.
“Every time someone buys a Lotto ticket, it helps out a program like ours,” said Rob.
So, thanks for playing WA.
Towards the Act-Belong-Commit Festive Eats and Beats event - an all ages, family friendly community event that will include a range of free activities for local residents.
The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc., now known as the Constable Care Foundation, was initiated in 1997 as part of Community Policing. Now a separate function, the team work tirelessly to address social issues in primary school aged children.
To support the continuation of youth development and recreational activities provided to young people and volunteers across WA.
Want to apply for a grant?
Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.