APS Benevolent Foundation

The APS Benevolent Foundation makes so many wishes come true at the Cerebral Palsy Education Centre (CPEC). Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in Australia and the most expensive to manage. CPEC provides physical, occupational and speech therapy to children, training to parents as well as enabling children and families to access the essential equipment they need in their daily lives.

The APS Benevolent Foundation has granted a Christmas wish of major proportions to CPEC. Equipment and resources are critical in the provision of support for the kids and families at CPEC. Physiotherapy costs to the value of $56,220.00, occupational therapy costs to the value of $8,423.50, speech pathology costs to the value of $25,524.00 and parent training to the value of $47,461.70 brings a Christmas wish for the kids at CPEC to $137,629.20. Merry Christmas to all at CPEC, including the kids, the staff and volunteers and the families who give so much of their time.

The APS Benevolent Foundation has donated funding to supply these resources.

The APS Benevolent Foundation is a registered charity and a deductible gift recipient. Any donations (above $2) are tax deductible.

The Foundation is administered by the staff of the APS Benefits Group. All costs of maintaining the Foundation are borne by the Group, so that people making donations are assured that every dollar is used to fund benevolent projects.

Find out what your donations have achieved by clicking here.

Support the APS Benevolent Foundation by donating online today.

 

You can also download the donation form and return the completed form to us via e-mail or post or deposit your donation at any Commonwealth Bank branch or deposit electronically using the following bank account details:

BSB: 063 158

Account No.: 1037 2080

Account Name: APS Benev Fdn Gift Fund

Reference: (Your Name)

We will send you a tax deductible receipt at the appropriate time.

Leave a Gift in your Will

Would you like to leave a lasting legacy to the community? This may include leaving a gift to the APS Benevolent Foundation in your will. We would be happy to talk with you about your intentions and provide suggested wording for your solicitor. If you do not have a solicitor, then Philip Lambourne of APS Wills & Estates would be happy to advise and assist you.

Find out More

If you would like more information about the APS Benevolent Foundation or Leaving a Gift in your Will, please call 1300 131 898 or (03) 9322 2000.

The latest Annual Report can be read here. Alternatively, you may contact us by completing the form below:

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