Because every person with a disability wants to live their life their way.

Why Volunteer?

Why volunteer? People choose to volunteer at Allevia for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community and make a difference to the lives of people around them. For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge.

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Help me buy an accessible van and get my freedom

Allevia is supporting me to maintain my freedom to get out and about! I need a new accessible vehicle and need your help. Please donate today so I can enjoy the world like everyone else.

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Target amount: $60,000.00

Amount raised: $0.00

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Ways to fundraise

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Our Impact

236

People with a disability who have found a place to call home with support from Allevia.

99%

The percentage of staff and clients vaccinated from CoVID-19.

100%

The percentage of people we support who  participate in and are truly included in the life of their community.

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