The National Roads and Motorists' Association Griffith Road Service Provider Brett Robinson will today donate $1,500 each to Griffith Leeton Riding for the Disabled and Hanwood Public School after winning the quarterly NRMA Batteries community grants program.
Griffith Leeton Riding for the Disabled will use the funds to purchase teaching resources including basketballs, flags, bending poles, beanbags, ball reins and witches hats for use in riding lessons.
Hanwood Public School will put the money towards the purchase of a new oven for the school canteen and air conditioner upgrades in classrooms.
Local NRMA Director Graham Blight said NRMA Batteries ran the quarterly promotion to help support regional community groups across NSW and the ACT.
"It's a promotion that all NRMA Batteries operators are involved in that links the number of times they help a Member with a battery to the number of chances they get to support their local community," Mr Blight said.
"The NRMA Batteries program has been running since 2008 and thousands of dollars have been donated to worthy organisations who work tirelessly to give back to their local
NRMA Griffith Road Service Provider Brett Robinson will hand over the cheques to Roxanne Calabria from Griffith Leeton Riding for the Disabled and Kristy Bartrop from Hanwood Public School at 10.00am on Friday 4 July at Hanwood Public School, School Street Hanwood.