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Able Australia is committed to the development of progressive, committed partnerships with corporate leaders who share our goal of inclusion and opportunity for people in our community living with deafblindness and other complex disabilities.

Able Australia is positioned to offer diverse opportunities which can be specifically tailored to individual objectives. Understanding that strong partnerships are based on mutual benefit and tangible outcomes, a distinctive program can assist businesses through:

  • Enhanced corporate profile
  • Improved employee morale, productivity and retention
  • Increased community support
  • Alignment of brand and corporate values.

Corporate programs, staff engagement and philanthropic donations are instrumental in achieving Able Australia’s vision of creating a community where people with multiple disabilities including deafblindness are seen, heard, respected, valued and connected.

For further information about corporate partner and philanthropic opportunities please contact the Fundraising Manager on 1300 225 369.



Herbert Smith Freehills has been a loyal community partner of Able Australia for many years, dedicating much needed pro bono legal support, financial assistance and volunteer support on a number of key projects.

Ableart, Able Australia’s annual art exhibition has gone from strength to strength over the past three years and is now one of our most sought after therapy services. You can see a number of pieces of this artwork proudly on display around Herbert Smith Freehills’ Melbourne offices.

Other projects to receive support from Herbert Smith Freehills include the annual Day on the Bay, held in 2010 at St Kilda’s Melbourne Yacht Squadron, the 2011 Deafblind Recreation Camp at Phillip Island and the Deafblind Photography Competition to be launched at Federation Square’s BMW Edge in June 2011.

Able Australia is grateful to the Herbert Smith Freehills for their continued support. To learn more about the Freehills Foundation, click on the Freehills logo (left).



Tek Print & Design generously supports Able Australia with printing and design services on an ongoing basis.




Our thanks to Coles for their support of the 2014 Deafblind Awareness Week Fun Day and the Able Day on the Bay/Christmas in July events. Coles has supported a variety of Able Australia events over the past four years by donating a wide range of goods, gifts and hampers.


Daisy’s has kindly donated Mulch to our house gardens.