Charities we support
There are a number of charities which perform exceptional work in our community and that are important to our partners and staff at Brown Wright Stein Lawyers.
We participate in charity support days throughout the year and try whenever possible to recruit others in our surrounding community to share in the support of these worthwhile causes.
Windgap Foundation is a not for profit organisation, providing services to people with intellectual disabilities, including supported employment, supported accommodation, training, community access and community participation.
Celebrating more than its 60th year of operation, Windgap has established an outstanding reputation as a quality disability service provider in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and prides itself on its values of ‘caring, integrity, independence, innovation and empowerment’.
It is Windgap’s mission to improve the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities by supporting them in reaching their full potential and raising community awareness as to their needs and aspirations.Visit Windgap website
Giant Steps Sydney is a centre of excellence for the creation and implementation of innovative and effective programs for children and young adults with autism. Giant Steps also provides support to families, seeks to improve the understanding of autism in the community and to develop best practice amongst carers and professionals.
Teachers and therapists work together to create ‘socially and emotionally rich’ learning environments aimed at increasing levels of engagement in learning across all age groups. Services provided include
- Early intervention (18 months -5 years)
- School (Prep to Year 12)
- GS Community College(Young Adults)
- Diagnostic and Assessment Centre
- Training and Professional Development Services
- Outreach Services
Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation
One of its main purposes is to provide support and practical information that will improve the quality of life for sufferers and their families.
The Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation wants to raise the profile of this debilitating disease among the medical profession and society at large. The support of the Australian philanthropic community will be essential to fulfil its ultimate aim, a cure.Visit Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation website