It’s the little things that mean the most

May 6, 2020

Raising funds to support people with disability with activity kits whilst self-isolating at home

This is a difficult time for all of us and people with disability are facing additional challenges during the COVID-19 crisis.

Just like most of the population, the people with disability that Sunnyfield support are no longer able to go about their regular daily routines. Many people with intellectual disability do not have the same capability to occupy themselves when not in a regular or supported routine for extended periods of time.

We need your help to support Sunnyfield clients

Providing these vital daily, lifestyle, recreational and educational resources for people with disability at home are not funded by the NDIS.

Donations will be used to fund materials and program resources such as:

  • Arts and Crafts supplies
  • Sports equipment
  • Gardening tools and materials
  • Musical items
  • Games
  • Cooking utensils and essentials

Every bit counts

We appreciate this is a difficult time for many families and not everyone is in a position to donate. If you are able to make a donation, we would be most appreciative of your support.

100% of your donation will be used to purchase resources to support people with disability with these recreational and educational resources during this challenging time.

Sometimes it’s the little things like a new paint set, a herb garden or puzzle that can make the world of difference. Thank you for your consideration.

For more information, contact our friendly team today on T 1300 588 688 or E

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