October 21, 2021

Stryder is a community transport organisation that provides accessible transport for individuals and groups living in the community who have specific needs related to their age, frailty, location or disability.

“Our vision is to inspire our community by connecting everyone in Ryde, Hunters Hill and beyond,” Stryder’s Business Development Manager Cathy Wanny said.

Stryder’s transport services include transport to medical and rehab appointments, shopping centres and an inclusive social outing program for seniors (its November social program will be out soon).

Stryder is also a registered NDIS service provider and provides transport for people with disabilities. NDIS participants requiring transport can request a quote through the Stryder website.

Stryder’s buses can be hired by local community groups or businesses looking to support a local not-for-profit.

“Are you a local business wanting to support a local charity?” Cathy said.

“You might choose to become a strategic partner and between the two organisations provide mutual benefits that can include bus hire, sponsorship, advertising or just an opportunity to collaborate and provide services to the wider community.”

Volunteer opportunities also exist and Stryder is always happy to receive expressions of interest from people wanting to drive or join the bus assistance team for the social outings.

As part of our Love Your Local initiative we are highlighting local businesses. If you would like to suggest a business email:

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