We raise money so people who: live with a disability, face economic disadvantage or are Indigenous, can participate in sport, primarily Inclusive Cricket Programs and competitions.
Taverners support Bushfire and Flood devastated cricket and other sporting communities. We help them reinstate sporting facilities and replace lost equipment, so they can get back to playing community sport.
Taverners have also supported Wheelchair Tennis and Horse Riding for the Disabled along with other disability sports and recreational activities.
Our 11 branches across Australia engage our members and friends in a variety of fun ways. Funds raised are allocated to our chosen sporting organisations to deliver inclusive programs at all levels, from grass roots community sport to National competitions.
Each branch has a Committee of volunteers that give their time at no cost, to support programs in their local regions and nationally for Taverners Australia causes.
Taverners Victoria are passionately committed to supporting a wide range of inclusive cricket programs for males and females who are:
Blind or vision impaired
Deaf or hard of hearing
living with an Intellectually disability
from our Indigenous communities.
Bushfire and Flood devasted communities
Taverners have also supported Wheelchair Tennis, Horse Riding for the Disabled and other disability sports and recreational activities.
Taverners Victoria may from time to time, support other sporting causes to 'Give a Sporting Chance' to people facing economic hardship and social disadvantage.
Mark, David H. Saktti and Nicko to develop case stories and use videos, photos, quotes and statistics to demonstrate our outcomes.
Interviews with Program organisers and quotes from participants.
Statistics of funds raised and participation rate increases.