Assist with Responsive Website Costs
SPELD NSW provides support to children and adults with specific learning difficulties (like dyslexia) and who struggle to learn to read, spell, write and learn mathematics across NSW. As part of that, they support their families, teachers, tutors and schools.

SPELD NSW provide a free parent information and referral service, offer professional develop for teachers, provide information, support and resources for families, teachers and schools and offer psychological assessment of specific learning difficulties.

Cooloola Coast Medical Transport

New Computers
Cooloola Coast Medical Transport (CCMT) was formed in 2003 when a small group of community minded residents of Tin Can Bay realised the need to assist the frail and aged residents of the Cooloola Coast with non- urgent medical transport to specialist medical centres and hospitals in Gympie, Nambour, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Maryborough and Hervey Bay. There is no suitable public transport linking the Cooloola Coast to the medical centres.

Dress for Success Adelaide

Professional Retail and Customer Service Training Programme
The mission of Dress for Success Adelaide is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing them with professional attire, a network of support and career development tools to help them thrive in work and life.

Dress for Success is part of a global movement for change, empowering women to obtain safer and better futures. From its inception in 1997 there are now 140 Dress for Success affiliates in 19 countries which have served over 850,000 disadvantaged women with professional attire and career support.

Technical Aid to the Disabled (TADSA)

e-Reader Loan Program – Adelaide
Technical Aid to the Disabled SA Inc. offers a unique service, providing one-off solutions to help people with disabilities. Their dedicated band of technical volunteers design, make or modify equipment not readily available, to suit individual needs.

The organisation consists of a group of approximately 50 volunteers with a wide range of technical skills and 3 part-time paid staff.

Royal Society for the Blind (RSB)

Vision Assessment
Until now the paediatric optometrist at the RSB has used a black and white eye chart board (with pictures where an adult would read letters) to assess vision impaired children.

This project would utilise ToAD and Tadpole Assessment Kits (software) and an iPad which can measure a child’s functional vision or visual skills development.