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DISABILITIES


Workplace Giving, Regular Giving, Bequests


and Volunteers THE ACHIEVE COMMUNITY


For over 60 years we’ve supported and provided services to people with disability, enabling them to live and participate in the community. We help them choose homes, life activities, career pathways or to find meaningful work.


Give opportunities to people with disability


We have done this with help from people like you, who donate through a Bequest, a Workplace or Regular donation, supporting our fundraising events, and by donating their time as Volunteers.


CHOICES AND CHANGES


With the imminent introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, there will be far-reaching changes and new choices. It is this future Achieve is preparing for, so we can better support our clients and grow our services.


YOUR CONTRIBUTION MAKES A DIFFERENCE


All funds go towards enabling the lives of our clients through an ever expanding range of services. Whether it be in better housing, improved life activities, much needed therapies or career opportunities.


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Call us on 1300 ACHIEVE, or find out more at achieveaustralia.org.au


SWD's purpose is to inspire optimism via free life-skill programs that redefine what's possible for children, young people and adults with disability and disadvantage facing an uncertain future.


SWD changes lives and society’s perception of those facing disability or disadvantage, creating the conditions for optimism to blossom in our community.


Sailors with disABILITIES Inc. is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. ABN 82 714 459 575


F: www.facebook.com/SwDSydney E: info@sailorswithdisabilities.com P: 02 8079 5997 For more information on each organisation visit www.probonoaustralia.com.au * Denotes Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Status 49


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