• A Child’s Journey with The Shepherd Centre

    A Child’s Journey with The Shepherd Centre 16 Feb 2021

    This year, after several successful webinars in 2020, we will be hosting a series of complimentary webinars that take a deeper dive into the work we do at The Shepherd Centre.
    The first in the series will be A Child’s Journey with The Shepherd Centre. This will take place from 12:30pm on Wednesday 24th February 2021.

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  • Consciously giving

    Consciously giving 20 Oct 2020

    David and Margaret had always been charity conscious.
    ‘Instead of throwing a dollar here and there,’ says Margaret, ‘we wanted to contribute to one organisation that was making difference.’
    ‘Because of David’s hearing impairment, he was keen to do something in that area.’
    Because of his own issues growing up, David has an affinity

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  • RMB supports The Shepherd Centre and you

    RMB supports The Shepherd Centre and you 19 Oct 2020

    Last month, we held our Free Will Days, in partnership with our friends at RMB Lawyers. They opened the doors of their Wollongong, Kiama, Camden, Nowra and Goulburn offices to families and supporters of The Shepherd Centre who needed to draw up their Wills. A trusted and award-winning firm with a 130-year history, RMB

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  • Banking on success

    Banking on success 19 Oct 2020

    The Shepherd Centre would like to thank the CommBank Staff Foundation for helping us to support deaf children and their families during these challenging times.
    The Foundation’s generous funding has enabled our services to continue uninterrupted through the COVID-19 crisis.
    A generous grant from the Foundation has expanded our capacity to deliver audiology services

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  • Giving Day

    Giving Day 21 Jul 2020

    Hear:NOW – Give babies born deaf their first words.

    On Thursday 29th October, The Shepherd Centre is holding a Giving Day with an aim to raise $125,000 to help 125 babies with hearing loss receive the support they need.

    We know that access to early intervention is crucial but 1 in 2

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