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A Better Future

Our purpose is for people living with disability to have safe and secure housing so they can live with dignity and freedom forever. #freetobeme


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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.


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The People Who Make the Difference

The Carinbundi Foundation relies on a network of people who generously provide their time and resources to help us fulfil our mission.

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What we do

The Gift of Independence

Little things that most people take for granted such as cleaning, cooking a meal, or getting themselves ready for the day, are things that can instil incredible pride in those living with a disability.

What Drives Us

Our Mission

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.

Help us build a better future for people with a disability. Buy 1 brick, 5 bricks, 100 bricks or however many bricks you wish.


Latest News & Updates

Read the latest articles about how the Foundation is changing lives and making a difference.

New Supported Independent Living (SIL) houses coming soon!

Our two new Supported Independent Living (SIL) houses are about to commence! We are excited to be working with Kleidon Masterbuilt Homes to bring our vision to life. The Bundaberg community have also been very generous in helping us get this project off the ground...

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What’s life like in SIL?

Supported Independent Living (SIL). The Carinbundi Foundation vision is for People living with a disability to have their forever home so I thought I would chat to Amber and get a greater understanding of what her life is like living in SIL. “I am 25 years old and not...

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