Community & Sponsorship
Yenda Producers Co-operative Society has been proudly associated with the Riverina community since the 1920s. We have a long history of support for local charities, schools, sporting groups and educational foundations. We see this as a way of contributing and giving back to the community where most of our customers and staff live and work. As an extension of this philosophy we encourage our staff to become involved in local causes, community and sporting events. In addition to ongoing sponsorship, we provide support to groups and projects every quarter.
Spring update: This past quarter Yenda Producers and Spencer & Bennett have given support to: Murrumbidgee Regional High School (Griffith site), Group 20 Referees, Southern Valleys Cotton, Tharbogang Public School, The Barellan Show, MND Bridge Climb, Spring in the Springs, and the Weethalle Show.
Applying for Sponsorship
If you belong to a Riverina community organisation that would like to apply for sponsorship, donation of product or hands on help from Yenda Producers, please complete the Request Community Support form.
The Yenda Producers Cooperative Society’s Annual General Meeting is approaching. Under Rule 45 of our constitution, we must advise our members of the nomination and election process. Nominations are hereby called for Directors of this Co-operative. Nomination forms...
“Honoured” and “emotional”. This is how Iva Quarisa described the moment she learned that she would be recognised for her service to primary industry and irrigation management with a Medal of the Order of Australia. Iva’s love and passion for agriculture started...
The past few months have seen a large part of Australia devastated by bush fires. We in the MIA have been very lucky to not have been affected by the bushfires. People and businesses from the Leeton Community have shown their support to the bush fire recovery and support by donating to the affected people and areas.
Yenda Producers is proud to sponsor two teams in the 2019 Hay Rust n Dust Outback Rally. This years’ Rally will cover approximately 2,000kms of Outback NSW with over 40 starters riding to raise money for local charities. The cars will leave Hay, NSW bright and early on Friday 29 November, returning in the evening on Monday the 2 December.
irty six cyclists, a mix of farmers and individuals associated with rural communities, rode into Mangoplah (outside of Wagga Wagga) last month after completing a challenging three day, 400kms ride from Forbes NSW, to raise funds and awareness about building resilience in farming communities.