Australia is renowned for it’s generosity of time and money. Through the myriad of volunteer organizations and their dedicated members, thousands of festivals, events, charities and National ceremonies around our nation, benefit from their efforts.
The Creswick Light Horse Troop are one such voluntary organization. Like most organizations, the behind the scenes organisation, logistics and expense of simply ‘being there’, remains unseen and therefore out of mind. Typically the members of the Creswick Light Horse Troop do this gladly, committed to their goal of bringing a symbolic link between the values represented by our heroic past and the youthful future of Australia.
We are always keen to discuss sponsorship and donations however large or small. This generosity helps us continue our efforts with young Australians. The Creswick Youth Alliance Inc., as the parent Association of the Creswick Light Horse Troop, is a registered tax-deductible charity and as such all donations or sponsorship is tax deductible.
Also, our troop can offer reciprocal benefits to our sponsors by featuring them on this ‘Sponsors’ page and listing them an our ‘Home Page’ with relevant links. Banner advertising on our ’Sponsors’ page is possible. If you would like to discuss sponsorship or a donation please don’t hesitate to contact us via the details listed on our ‘Contact’ page.
Our generous sponsors include.
Proudly sponsored by Bendigo Bank
Phoenix Feeds are a family owned and operated company aiming to provide quality products at value for money prices. Please contact Sue on 0408 626 353 to discuss your horse’s nutritional needs.
Creswick Light Horse member Myra King has launched her Short Story novel “City Paddock”. Two of the short stories contain references to the Australian Light Horse. Myra has donated all the royalties from the sale of the book to the Creswick RSL Light Horse Troop. The book is on sale online for $20 plus postage & handling. The book may be purchased by clicking on the link above.
Warwick’s artwork has focused on Australian heritage and Wildlife for many years. However recently his focus has been on the Australian Light Horse of World War 1. To that end he has been working with the Creswick Light Horse Troop to develop a new series of artwork. This work will be released later this year. You can visit his website by clicking on the link above.
Purchase this fabulous image of the Creswick Light Horse Troop at the 2010 Avoca Races by Gwynne Brennan. Simply click on the link above to go to her Red Bubble site and view many other great photos by this talented photographer.
Flexihostings.net are a web service provider that proudly support the Creswick Light Horse Troop with a free web hosting service. It is through support such as this that the Troop can continue their voluntary work within the community. Click on the Link above to view their great web services.
- Desmond Lamacraft and Chris and Paquita Lamacraft.
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