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Safe & Secure Homes for People Living With a Disability
The Carinbundi Foundation has been established to purchase and manage properties to help those living with a disability to grow and thrive through Supported Independent Living. Because we own the properties, we can offer complete security and peace of mind to residents and their families knowing that they have a long-term home for as long as they want or need.
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What Drives Us
To purchase suitable properties to enable people living with a disability to have a safe and secure home for life.
To provide dignity, freedom, safety and independence.
There are several ways you can support the Foundation and help us grow our portfolio of Supported Independent Living properties.
Thanks to all of our amazing Golf Day sponsors for our 2021 Charity Golf Day.
THANK YOU!!! The local Community has been so supportive of our golf day AGAIN! Our hole sponsors include eFlux, 3i Electrical, Innstyle Mensland, Ascot Homes, A Cut Above (Moore Park Beach), Strategix, Ross Gray, JRZ Homes, Generation Funerals, Kleidon Masterbuilt Homes, Pulse Electrical, McIntosh Homes, STEPS Group Australia, CLS – Community Lifestyle Solutions, Local Search, Bundaberg Indoor Sports Centre and Grace Medical Skin & Vein Centre. A big thank-you to North Bundaberg Lions club who are cooking the BBQ! They did an awesome job last year so we are thrilled they are back for 2021.
Thanks for supporting the Carinbundi Foundation and our vision of Homes for Life for People living with a disability in Bundaberg!
Thanks to our awesome Golf Day PRIZE DONORS!!!
Thank you to all the businesses who have donated team and raffle prizes for our Golf Day! This includes Salty Co Macadamias (Hamper), 3i Electrical (Blue tooth speaker), Stephen Bennett (Cha Cha Chocolate hamper), Red Shed (Seafood Voucher), Bunnings (Vouchers), Callaway (golf balls), Noosa Springs Resort (golf), Outlook Optical (Voucher)
2021 CHARITY GOLF DAY
The 2021 Charity Golf Day is happening again on Sunday 3 October 2021 at the Bundaberg Golf Club, One Mile Road, North Bundaberg.
Thanks to eFlux who are sponsoring our golf day for the third year and have naming rights for the event!
The last two years have been sell-outs and we are sure 2021 will be the same. We are looking for sponsors for the event – major, hole sponsors as well as raffle prizes. All of our sponsors are encouraged to be as interactive as possible – use your imagination. The day is a great opportunity to interact with local businesses and individuals.
If you are interested in being part of our 2021 golf day, please contact the Foundation on 07 4158 9641 or email [email protected].
Here are links to the Sponsorship Opportunities as well as Team Player Registration form.
You can complete a player/team form (link below) and return it via email and we can send you an invoice for on-line payment.
FILM FUNDRAISER - BEST SUMMER EVER
Thank you to everybody who came along to the Best Summer Ever movie. What an awesome movie and so good to see authentic disability representation on the big screen!
Here is what Hollywood Reporter has to say about “Best Summer Ever”:
Boy meets girl in this high school musical with an emphasis on inclusivity, directed by Michael Parks Randa and Lauren Smitelli.
Irresistibly likable musical Best Summer Ever offers the wholesome tale of Sage and Tony, two teenagers in love, winningly played by Shannon DeVido and Ricky Wilson Jr. respectively. These two crazy kids are perfect for each other, but they still must face an assortment of adolescent tribulations, including mean cheerleaders, deciding who to take to the homecoming dance and worrying about whether one’s pot-growing moms might get busted by the cops.
What is definitely not a problem, however, is the fact that pretty Sage is a wheelchair user while Tony isn’t, or that at least half of the whole cast, kids and grown-ups alike, have a range of physical and mental disabilities. Instead, this profoundly inclusive work posits a world where it would be as utterly unnecessary to discuss someone’s different physical form or mental abilities as it would be to mention that Sage is white and Tony is Black. Why should anyone care anyway seems to be the unspoken question, especially when we’re all having so much fun.
Latest News & Updates
Read the latest articles about how the Foundation is changing lives and making a difference.
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