As partron of DADLG she said: "It's an amazing gesture by Nicholson's Transport and was a great way to raise funds.
"Groups such as DADLG are providing opportunities for people that might not otherwise have the chance to get involved in sports such as rowing, climbing and rugby - that's very important for their social lives and wellbeing."
DADLG provides leisure opportunities for up to 300 young people aged between eight and 25, with physical, learning, sensory and multiple disabilities.
She said: "For the past 14 years, DADLG
has provided sport and leisure activities for young disabled people in the area and I am so pleased to see Nicholson's Transport supporting the group." The North-east charity provides sports and leisure opportunities for up to 300 young people.
DADLG can play a big part in this and spread the word that sport and fitness are so important if we want to promote healthy living."
DADLG provides sports and leisure opportunities for up to 300 young people and their families with activities including quad biking, taekwondo, football, trampoline, cycling, sailing and climbing.
DADLG co-ordinator Lynne Watson said: "Nicholson's Transport has supported what we do for many years, but this is such a generous offer.
DADLG, whose patron is Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, provides sports and leisure activities for up to 300 young people and their families at Maiden Castle.
Co-ordinator with DADLG Lynne Watson said: "It's a lovely gesture that will make a great difference.
DADLG provides activities like trampolining and horse riding for children and young people with disabilities, and their families.