We rely on the generosity of others to help us provide our services to children with learning difficulties, learning disabilities and learning support needs and their families. This generosity comes from many different groups in the community including government, trusts and foundations, clubs, companies and individuals. Thank you to the organisations listed below for donating to Learning Links over the past year.
Learning Links could not operate without the support and generosity of its many funders, donors, volunteers and partners. This support enables our vital programs and services to be delivered to children who have difficulty learning and their families.
Our supporters help fund many programs including:
Disadvantaged Children’s Education Fund: This fund helps financially disadvantaged children who struggle to learn to get the help they need to reach their full potential. It provides these children with financial assistance to access the programs they need including literacy and numeracy support, speech therapy, occupational therapy, early childhood intervention and/or targeted behavioural interventions.
Reading for Life: A reading program designed to give one-on-one assistance to children who are struggling in the classroom environment. Volunteers or parents are trained to deliver the program to children to improve their reading and self esteem.
Workshops Learning Links’ workshops program provides high quality training for parents and professionals. They receive practical hands-on training that reflects expert knowledge and industry standards on an extensive range of topics addressing children’s development, learning and behaviour.
Whole School Therapy: This innovative model of intervention offers specialist speech and occupational therapy services to a whole school population and staff.
Special mention to the following organisations:
- Club Central
- Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club
- Fairfield RSL Club
- The Rali Foundation
Thankyou to the following supporters over the past 12 months.
Foundations and Corporate Partners
Bluescope Steel, BSG Australia, Cruise Express, IMC Pacific Foundation, Myer Community Fund (Myer Bondi), Myer Community Fund (Myer Roselands), NIB Foundation, Sydney Community Foundation (Kids in Philanthrophy), The Good Guys Wetherill Park (via TGG Foundation), The Rali Foundation, Write4Fun International
Federal: Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, Department of Social Services (Previously the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs FaHCSIA)
State: NSW Government Community Building Partnership Program, NSW Government Department of Education and Communities – Grant in Aid, NSW Department of Family & Community Services – Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Family & Community Services – Community Services
Local: Auburn City Council, Bankstown City Council, Hurstville City Council
Registered Club Partners
Auburn RSL Club, Burwood RSL Club, Cabramatta Leagues Club, Cabra-Vale Diggers, Campbelltown Catholic Club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, Club Central Hurstville, Club Five Dock RSL, Club Marconi, Dee Why RSL, Dooleys Lidcombe Catholic Club, Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL, Fairfield RSL Club, Ingleburn RSL Club, Lantern Club, Lithgow Workies, Manly Warringah Rugby League Club, Mounties, Norths Leagues Club, Orange Ex Services Club, Parramatta Leagues Club, Penrith Panthers, Randwick Labor Club, The Westport Club, Tradies Gymea, Wests Ashfield Leagues,
Local Business Donors
AV1, A Sweet Helping Hand, Ascham School, Bendigo Bank (Hastings Branch), Curtis Paige HR Consultancy, Envy Jewellery, IGA Community Chest Limited (Lugarno), Law-in-Order, Lovely Care, Presbyterian Ladies’ College Melbourne, R & D Batteries, Rocks Brewing Company Pty Ltd, SE Timber, St George Men’s Shed,