Our Supporters

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Why Support Us?

While our clients receive some funding from the NDIS or My Aged Care, without the generosity of our partners, donors and volunteers we simply couldn’t offer the high quality range of activities that make a real difference to the lives of our clients.

Able Art Exhibit

Able Art 18. Artist: Cathy Sellars. Title: Able on the Bay. The Able Art annual exhibition showcases works produced by our clients and would not be possible with the generous support of Herbert Smith Freehills.

Trusts, Foundations and Donors

We thank all of Trusts and Foundations that help support the work we do in the community.

With generous support of our many private donors and Trusts and Foundations, we can continue to provide the full range of services to support more people with multiple disabilities to live the live they choose. We offer many ways to donate and your contribution goes towards a range of support programs that help those we support live more independently.

Corporate Engagement

There are many ways to engage in partnership with Able Australia. Opportunities include partnerships, sponsorship’s, philanthropic donations, workplace giving, hosting collection boxes and corporate volunteering.

For further information, please contact the Fundraising Team or call 1300 220 602.

Our Corporate Engagement Partners

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Herbert Smith Freehills

Herbert Smith Freehills has been a loyal community partner of Able Australia for many years, dedicating much needed pro bono legal support, financial assistance and volunteer support on a number of key projects.

For many years, Herbert Smith Freehills has been the major sponsor of the Able Art, our annual art exhibition as well as supporting the wider Australia art therapy program. Art Therapy is one of our most sought after therapy services by the people we support.

www.herbertsmithfreehills.com

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NAB

As Australia’s leading business bank, NAB understands that a healthy thriving economy relies on strong communities. NAB values the important role not-for-profits play in the building stronger communities and work with them to help them see more, not less. With sector reports, specialist knowledge and corporate responsibility programmes, their commitment to community organisations goes well beyond banking.

www.nab.com.au