How can you help?
As a not for profit charity, AccessPlus WA Deaf relies on the generosity of the community to continue to innovate and provide new and exciting services and programs to the community.
Your tax-deductible donation can support the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in the following ways:
$25 can contribute towards resources for our Deaf Seniors 55+ Club
$75 can help the Auslan for Families program to improve communication between Deaf children and their families.
$150 will provide resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children enrolled in a bilingual, bicultural Language Early Access Program (LEAP).
If you are interested in volunteering or would like to find out more about how you can help please contact us.
SignOn Direct Debit Program
This program is offered to donors wishing to make a regular donation to AccessPlus WA Deaf. Donations can be made weekly, monthly, quarterly or bi-annually.
If you would like to become a regular donor please contact us.
Donors can make a donation to a non-profit organisation through a payroll deduction scheme, paid directly by their employer to AccessPlus WA Deaf. Through this scheme, you can nominate the amount and frequency of donations to be made.
The AccessPlus WA Deaf believes that every cent counts and by placing a money box in your workplace, you’re helping the Deaf community to achieve full citizenship and enjoyment of life.
AccessPlus WA Deaf also has ‘flatpack’ money boxes that are great for collecting your loose change and all those 5 cent pieces that get found between the cushions or retrieved from the washing machine.
We’re committed to providing a better future for the lives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. By leaving a gift in your will (bequest) you will help AccessPlus WA Deaf to continue to invest in our services and provide support to those who need it the most.
If you would like more information about leaving a gift in your will to the AccessPlus WA Deaf please contact us directly and we will be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have and provide you with any further information that you may need.
Volunteer with us
There are lots of ways you can volunteer with us and the time you give really does make a difference.
When you volunteer you decide what skills you’d like to share, improve or gain, the type of activity that suits you, and how much time you can spare to support people with hearing loss.
Some opportunities for volunteering include; supporting children in our LEAP program, working with our seniors,improving your Auslan skills in our office or developing your creative flare with our social media campaigns. Whatever you do, we’ll always support and value you.
Take the first step and contact us to find out what volunteer opportunities are available.