Why Donate?

When you make the generous decision to donate to Bayley House, you are helping an incredible group of individuals with intellectual disability live a life that reaches far beyond the needs met by their NDIS funding.  

You enable us to buy equipment, engage amazing specialists, introduce new programs, develop relationships with community partners and try new activities. You also help us ensure that the furniture, fit-out and facilities in our day program centre at Middle Crescent, Brighton, along with our accommodation services across Bayside, meet our client needs and provide them with a space that is safe and welcoming.  

Thank you for helping our clients live the life they choose.  

Where do your donation go?

Thank you for helping our clients live the life they choose.

A gift of $30

Will help our clients learn daily living skills, which help them build positive relationships, connect with the community, and gain the precious gift of independence. Your gift will help us deliver a huge range of activities including gardening, ‘out & about’ (road safety, public transport, and fun day trips), the use of technology and the internet, cooking, and barista training!

A gift of $75

Enables Bayley House to engage clients in a visual and performing arts program that brings out the creative side in everyone! Client art includes painting, creating beautiful greetings cards and gift wrap, jewellery making, ceramics, and crafts. Clients also have the opportunity to sell their creations as part of our Social Enterprise. Performing Arts includes dance, music and singing, movie making, drama, and fashion!

A Gift of $100

Makes a big difference to client health and wellbeing. With your help, our clients can take part in a huge range of sports activities (aerobics, chair-based exercise, basketball, netball, hydrotherapy, snooker, yoga, and more!). They can also access allied services – positive behaviour support, physiotherapy, and counselling.

A Gift of $150

Helps clients harness the power of high–quality learning. Through Bayley House, clients can access accredited TAFE, dance, transition education, literacy, and numeracy courses. They can try their hand at public speaking and participate in one of our social enterprises. And they can be involved in Workplace Training, which offers the opportunity for individuals to participate in either voluntary or paid work experiences.