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Support Us

There are many ways that you can support our organisation.  From volunteering your time or expertise to support our clients, to making a donation or bequest, your support can make a difference to the lives of people living with disabilities.

Volunteering

Volunteers add a unique dimension to the support we provide for people with disabilities and there are many opportunities for you to join our team for example sharing a hobby, social outings or attending sporting activities.
Talk to us about how we can use your skills and interests to enhance the life of someone with a disability.

For more information on becoming a volunteer with disAbility Living please call our Volunteer Coordinator on 08 8132 5400 or email volunteering@disabilityliving.org.au

Donations

disAbility Living uses public donations to enhance our programs.

Your financial support will give people with disabilities additional access to community based activities, improved lifestyle and increased social opportunities.

Donations of $2.00 or more are gratefully received and are fully tax deductible.

If you wish to make a donation, please contact the Corporate Services Manager on (08) 8132 5400 or email finance@disabilityliving.org.au


Bequests

Have you considered supporting disAbility Living by leaving a bequest to our organisation in your Will or by making an in memoriam donation in the name of a loved one as a lifetime gift?  
Your consideration will enable us to continue to support people with disabilities to live the life they choose as valued citizens in our community.

If you wish to make a bequest to our organisation, please call the Corporate Services Manager on 08 8132 5400 or email finance@disabilityliving.org.au for a confidential discussion on how you can support us in your Will.


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What people are saying

The person responded well to receiving one on one support, she was able to pursue things which had currently been put on hold due to lack of support. She developed social and technology skills using social media. She became more involved in her home, she is enjoying cooking with staff, her confidence in this area has developed and she no longer needs staff to help her with basic meal preparation.

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