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  • John James Foundation supporting our most vulnerable families

    John James Foundation supporting our most vulnerable families 26 Nov 2021

    Raising a child is a financial challenge for any family. However, a disability such as hearing loss can lead to a significant financial burden, with an ever-present build-up of costs for treatment and therapy.
    This is especially difficult for families who do not have access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), or do not

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  • Sound bites – read our October 2021 donor e-newsletter

    Sound bites – read our October 2021 donor e-newsletter 27 Oct 2021

    Celebrate Loud Shirt Day and wear your brightest outfit to show your support for childhood hearing loss 
    See what you helped us accomplish with our 2020 Impact Report video
    Find out what our ‘speechies’ do that’s so critical to supporting kids with hearing loss
    Our graduations are just around the corner! To get ‘grad-ready’

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  • Thank you James N. Kirby Foundation

    Thank you James N. Kirby Foundation 19 Oct 2021

    The Shepherd Centre is unique in its impact on children with hearing loss and their families.
    We offer a comprehensive range of services not found elsewhere. As a result, our children achieve world-leading life outcomes, thriving in mainstream education and reaching their full potential.
    However, we know that there are limits to what one organisation

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  • Sound bites – read our September 2021 donor e-newsletter

    Sound bites – read our September 2021 donor e-newsletter 24 Sep 2021

    Sign up to go LOUD and PROUD on Loud Shirt Day this October 
    See how our supporters made Giving Day a success for children like Howie 
    Find out which Australian dads were crowned Australian and Community Father of the Year
    Click here to organise your free will with RMB Lawyers on their annual Free

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  • Dooley’s Care in Crisis

    Dooley’s Care in Crisis 21 Sep 2021

    The Shepherd Centre supports more than 300 hearing-impaired children in Greater Western Sydney.
    Our services equip them with life-changing speech and communication skills, and emotional resilience.
    However, these services do not happen automatically. We rely largely on support from local communities in order to deliver them.
    DOOLEYS Clubs is one of our most generous long-term

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