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Help us give Martin peace of mind

All any parent wants is for their child to be independent and happy.

For single parent father Martin, he worries a little more than most because Jessica, his 14 year old daughter, was born with Down syndrome.

“I try not to think about when I am gone, but I do”, says Martin.

Northcott therapists work with Jessica so she can learn every day skills like improving her speech and communication and caring for herself. This will support her to have an independent future.

Together, you can help us give Martin peace of mind by empowering Jessica to realise her potential.

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Give a Gift in Celebration or Memory

This is a positive and unique way to celebrate your special occasion or honour the memory of a loved one while also showing people with disability matter to you.

If you wish to collect donations for Northcott at your next event or at a funeral or memorial, we can provide gifting envelopes and assist with collection.

Please contact for more information.

Corporate Partnerships

A corporate partnership may involve donating through your payroll, staff volunteering opportunities, in-kind or pro bono support, or providing employment and work experience opportunities for people with disability.

However you choose to help, we work with you to ensure that the partnership meets your business objectives. 

We invite our current and future corporate partners to get in touch with us to set up a time to visit our services, organise a volunteer day, or to make an in-kind donation.

Contact for more information. 

Buy May Gibbs merchandise

In her will, May Gibbs left copyright of all her works jointly to Northcott and Cerebral Palsy Alliance so all proceeds from the sale of May Gibbs products support thousands of Australian children and adults with disability.

By purchasing May Gibbs’ merchandise you are supporting our work to ensure children and adults with disability reach their potential.

May wrote many wonderful stories that have entertained Australian children (and adults!) for 100 years. Head to the…

Posted by May Gibbs on Wednesday, May 11, 2016