Help us make it happen
Be the reason a person with disability learnt to surf, visited a museum, continued to paint, decorated their home and more.
Tax-deductible and 100% of donations go towards services to better the lives of the people we support.
Make a lasting impact. A thoughtful way to empower future generations of people with disability.
Sunnyfield Christmas Appeal
We are raising funds to support our kids and youth programs across Sunnyfield. We provide vacation care programs during school holidays, after school programs during the week and weekend social groups for children and young people with disability. Our programs provide a great place for kids to come together and connect, make friends, explore their interests and participate in their local communities.
We are seeking funding to help provide additional resources for these groups. This could be funding activities in-centre (such as music and movement classes in our school holiday programs), funding excursions into the community (to sensory centres or wildlife parks as examples) or purchasing additional resources for our programs (which could be games, arts and crafts materials, music instruments etc.) to help support and engage people whilst they are young.
100% of your gift will be used to provide these additional resources, helping us provide an exceptional experience to the young people attending our services.
From little things, big things grow
Because of our generous donors, we’ve been able to provide additional items and services making an amazing difference to the people we support. Here are some examples of how donations have made a difference.
Surfing lessons for Tweed Heads hub
Green thumbs for Central Coast home
We purchased two raised garden beds, potting mix and plants for our Central Coast Shared Living home. The garden beds are the perfect height for Joshua, where he enjoys tending to the plants and watching them grow.
A brand new dance studio for Allambie hub
Thanks to a grant from Dee Why RSL, we transformed one of our rooms at Allambie Heights Community Services Hub into a dance studio complete with a mural, mirrors and music. Let’s Dance!
A new 'Magic Table' for Blacktown hub
Clients at Blacktown Community Services Hub enjoy an interactive ‘Magic Table’. With a range of games specifically designed for people with intellectual disability that can be both stimulating, engaging, and calming.
An entertaining area for Maroubra STA
Thanks to a Community Building Partnership grant from local MP Michael Daly, the backyard at our Maroubra STA got a much-needed make-over with paving, landscaping and an outdoor shaded area for clients to enjoy.