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Fundraising and Grants

Gumdale has been the recipient of a number of important grants in recent years. The funding awarded is as follows:

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Gambling and Community Benefit Fund

2015-2016

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund awarded a large grant to the club so that we could build a large and accessible storage shed for our riding equipment including showjumps and dressage arenas. This shed is centrally located near arenas and has convenient drive through vehicle access to assist with setup and storage of equipment

Gumdale Horse & Pony Club Partnership Program 

2023

By purchasing your next vehicle through a Motorama dealership, using the official community partnership voucher, you can earn Gumdale Horse & Pony Club $300 on completion of your sale.

Download the Pony Club's Community Partnership voucher, and present it - along with proof of membership - to the team at Motorama when you're looking for your next car to support the Gumdale Horse & Pony Club!

Find out more and download the voucher here

https://www.motorama.com.au/community/partnership/gumdale-horse-and-pony-club/ 

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The Department of National Parks, Recreation 

2014 & 2015

In 2015 granted the club funding through their Get Going Clubs initiative so that we could purchase a variety of portable cross country jumps. This allows us to train riders over a better variety of fences and will enable us to hold a greater range of competitions at the grounds.

In 2014 the club funding through their Get Going initiative so that we can purchase three professional portable dressage arenas. The aim of this initiative is to increase Queenslanders participation in sport and recreation activities. These arenas are attractive, safe and easy to set up - all of which are a key consideration on competition days!

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Gambling and Community Benefit Fund

2013

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund also awarded the club an important maintenance and refurbishment grant which has allowed us to undertake a full resurfacing and refurbishment of our sand dressage arena. The grant included funding for having the arena fully fenced - a new requirement for dressage arenas in Queensland.

Gambling Community Benefit Fund

2012

The Gambling Community Benefit Fund awarded a generous grant which allowed us to purchase a full set of professional FEI showjumps. These jumps are light, adaptable, fully accredited and attractive. They give an outstanding impression of our club when set up on competition days.

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