RangeCare expands their caring

By Kirra Livingstone

RANGECARE has received a $35,000 Gambling Community Benefit Fund grant to buy a new twelve seater bus to transport clients safely to and from appointments.

The business, who applied for the grant 4 months ago, already have one transport bus, but Chief Operating Officer Gary Holland said they are grateful to be able to purchase another.

“Having the capacity to transport larger groups of people, allows for RangeCare to offer more services to the wider community,” he said.

“Our team is incredibly dedicated to supporting our local community, so we are always especially grateful to be recognised and encouraged to continue developing the services we provide.”

Businesses and community groups are only able to for Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants every three years, which makes this acceptance even more special for RangeCare.

“Funding from grants such as this one, as well as fundraising and donations, are vital to RangeCare,” Mr Holland said.

“Without these sources of funding, we would not be able to offer the range of support programs and high level of service we provide to our clients and vulnerable members.”