Trusts & Foundations

Thanks to our incredible supporters, deaf children can live in the world of sound.

Find a full list of our generous Gold, Silver and Bronze supporters below.

To understand how your organisation can support The Shepherd Centre, watch our GM of Clinical Programs, Aleisha Davis, share how  the Newman’s Own Foundation helped to change the lives of our families and children.  



Our gold supporters

                 Wilson logo                                                                                    Scentre group                                                                                              Sargents pies


 Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation

Mazda Goodman


Club Grants

Commonwealth Bank Perpetual





Cochlear Foundation  


The Goodridge Foundation



Our silver supporters



Ansvar Insurance



   James N Kirby Foundation


  My State Foundation





 Atlassin logo




Northern Beaches Council



City of Sydney logo


Liverpool City Council logo

City of Parramatta Council logo

The Snow Foundation logo 
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Our bronze supporters



Deafness foundation










                  Lane Cove Council logo                                                             

  Willoughby City Council logo 2     

               Ku ring gai Council logo 2               


       Toyota logo           

     Sutherland Shire Council            Georges River Council logo                    
Camden Council Logo                                                            QPRC_Logo_CMYK_300ppi_Resized                 



Case Study: Sydney Motorway Ready Set Go Program

Sydney Motorway Corporation will help 20 pre-schoolers with hearing loss within the WestConnex corridor to go through The Shepherd Centre’s Ready Set Go school readiness program in 2017.

The Ready Set Go program is designed to help children with a hearing disability cope with listening in noisier environments, manage their hearing devices and integrate with their hearing classmates at school. The program also equips parents of hearing impaired children with skills and knowledge to work collaboratively with their child’s new school community. Teachers are also educated to better support incoming students’ needs.

This initiative improves health and education outcomes for local people, which aligns with Sydney Motorway Corporations’ sustainability objectives. The program also breaks down barriers created by hearing loss and connects parents and children to school communities.