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We're Off to Rio!

The Financial Services Foundation and Variety present the annual ‘A Monetary Affair’ ball, this year you could celebrate in bold, loud and exotic Carnivale style.
 
‘A Monetary Affair’ is a great night out and a perfect opportunity to help raise funds for Able Australia.
 
The event brings together Melbourne’s financial industry elite for an extravagant and entertaining evening which supports some of Australia’s most worthy charities through live and silent auctions.
  
6.30pm for 7pm Thursday 7 August

Peninsula Atlantic -
Central Pier Shed 9 - 161 Harbour Esplanade Docklands
 
Tickets are $195 per head including GST or $1950 for a table of 10. Click here for more information.
 
 

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Hailey and Jacqueline's Hike To Help

Hailey Paynter (right) with her Mum Jacqueline (left) and Able Australia's Dr. Meredith Prain.

Two courageous and inspiring Australian women – who are facing huge personal challenges – are about to show that anything in life is possible.

Hailey Paynter has a rare degenerative eye condition that has left her with no peripheral vision and affected her eyesight massively.  Her mother – Jacqueline – is severely deaf, requring a cochlear implant. Both are now getting ready to climb the world’s largest free standing mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro to raise awareness of deafblindness as a unique disability and raise some much needed funds for Able Australia.

To read the full story about this amazing journey please click here or click here to learn more about our Deafblind Services. To support Hailey and Jacqueline's Hike To Help by making a donation, please click here.

 

Hike to Help trivia night raises funds for Able Australia

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On Saturday 21 June, more than 100 people joined in the fun of the Hike to Help Trivia Night, which raised almost $3000 for Able Australia.

Held at the Heritage hotel in Balnarring (Victoria), this great night out featured great entertainment, plenty of prizes and a lot of laughs along the way.

The night was organised by Hailey Paynter, who has CRION (Chronic Relapsing Inflammatory Optic Neuropathy) - a degenerative eye disorder that has affected her eyesight and taken away her peripheral vision.

In September this year, she and her mother Jacqueline will climb Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for Able Australia and awareness of deafblindness.

Our special thanks to Hailey and everyone who took part in the trivia night for making it possible!

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More than 330,000 Australians experience deafblindness. By 2050 this number is expected to climb to 1.2 million... 

 

Find out how you can support us in our efforts to ensure people with multiple disabilites, including deafblindness and in community support programs are seen, heard and respected. DONATE NOW by clicking here.   

 

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