the gift of being proudly independent
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.
See how we make a difference every day
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.
A big thank-you our major Golf-Day Sponsors.
A big shout-out to all of our Charity Golf Day Hole Sponsors. Swipe to see all sponsors.
Charity Golf Day - Sunday 6 October 2019
The eFlux Carinbundi Charity Golf Day was held on Sunday 6th October at the Bundaberg Golf Club, One Mile Road, Bundaberg and it was a huge success!
We had fantastic support from Bundaberg and interstate businesses and plenty of teams who signed up for the day.
We raised sufficient money on the day to purchase a Ricoh Direct to Garment printer to be used at our Day Services Program.
Again, many thanks to everybody who came out and supported us on the day including all of our wonderful volunteers.
Latest News & Updates
Read the latest articles about how the Foundation is changing lives and making a difference.
Bradley's intellectual impairment was the result of a convulsion just after birth which left him with significant brain damage. In addition, he has epilepsy which means he needs 24-hour care. Now an adult, the strain of caring for Bradley over a long period of time...
Housing affordability and security is a human right desired by all. But right now in Australia, our most vulnerable - those living with a disability - are facing an alarming situation that we are not hearing enough about in public discussions. A recent article by Zoe...