THANKS TO OUR VALUED SUPPORTERS
Senses Foundation is indebted to the Government Departments, organisations, businesses and individuals who have supported our work throughout the year through workplace giving, by responding to our direct mail, by participating in our fundraising events, and by making grants and funding available. We thank you all.
Senses Foundation is proud to be the CCI 2012 Charity of the year and thanks CCI staff for their year long support.
Each year the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA (CCI) selects a Charity of the Year for which funds are raised through a workplace giving scheme for staff. In 2012, that Charity is Senses Foundation and all of CCI’s fundraising efforts are being directed to raising funds for Senses Foundation’s “Families Matter” program which aims to keep families together and support them, as Senses Foundation and the family in partnership, support their child who has a disability.
Senses Foundation acknowledges:
The Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing for its ongoing contribution to clients who are ageing.
The Commonwealth Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) for its ongoing contribution to clients aged under six years of age.
Lotterywest for individual grants to clients, for air conditioning for a house in the accommodation services and for the significant grant to upgrade Senses Foundation’s computer and telephone systems.
The Western Australian Government continues to support Senses Foundation and its clients through the following departments:
Thank you to the many hundreds of people who supported Senses Foundation’s quarterly Direct Mail Appeals and generated over $80,000 this year
Senses Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following businesses and organisations for their continued support of both Senses Foundation and individual clients
NORTON ROSE As Senses Foundation lawyers, for contributing significantly to the work of Senses Foundation.
MARKETFORCE for their contribution to raising the Senses Foundation profile throughout the year.
PACT Construction for their support of the Sibling Support Program.
TELEVISION STATIONS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA for continuing to air the Senses Foundation community announcement.
Senses Foundation was pleased to receive grants from the following organisations during the year:
National Disability Services WA
The Independent Living Centre
The Developmental Disability Council of WA
The Heart Foundation
Senses Foundation is extremely grateful to the following individuals, trusts and foundations who have contributed to our work through their legacy:
This training video focuses how to provide sighted guide to people who are deafblind.
Information sheet to help you approach and interact with a child who is deafblind.
We rely heavily on the generosity of Western Australians.