We have been a part of the Riverina community since the 1920’s and have a long history of support for local charities, schools, sporting groups, educational foundations and community events. We see this as a way of contributing to the community where our members, staff and customers live and work.
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.
On the 29 September 2019, Mark Smith, our Purchasing and Stock Co-ordinator will be going on the 'Hike for Mental Health' to raise money for Black Dog Institute. Along with Kylie Foote, they will be embarking on a trek across the Great Wall of China. In addition to...
The Yenda Group are sponsoring Coleambally farmer, Joe Briggs as he takes on the “Ride for Resilience” – a 406km cycling event for Active Farmers, raising money to help improve the physical and mental health in rural communities. Taking place between 15 – 17 September, the 3-day ride starts at Forbes and finishes up at Mangoplah.
The Yenda Group were proud to once again be heavily involved in the 12-hour bike ride that was undertaken by Jason Austin to raise funds for the children’s ward at the Griffith Base Hospital via the Give Me 5 for Kids fundraiser. Whilst none of our staff were willing...
The Country Education Foundation – Griffith Branch held its major annual fundraiser for 2019 on May 3rd at the Binya Hall. This was the fourth Curry and Jam event and was a chance for people to gather at the Binya Hall, listen to live music, have a drink and a chat,...
A Yenda Blueheelers Guernsey has ended all the way down in Sydney at an event supporting local homeless and disadvantaged people.
Yenda Producers were invited to receive acknowledgement and recognition for supporting the 22nd Shaheedi Tournament.
For the month of October, all Yenda Prods branches will be raising funds for the McGrath Foundation and their breast care nurses.