EPIC Assist's Community Grants for Round 2 have been awarded, and we are proud to be supporting the following 12 organisations, located all along east coast of Australia: Muscular Dysrophy Queensland Bundaberg Little Athletics Club Hervey Bay Baptist Church A Little Sparkle- Bringing … Read more about Congratulations grants recipients!
Since 1928, Palm Beach Currumbin Cricket Club (PBC Cricket Club) has been a valued member of the local community, supporting the growth and development of all children. At EPIC Assist, we would like to acknowledge the incredible work they’ve done over the last 90 years and announce them as a … Read more about PBC Cricket Club score an EPIC community grant
Every year there is a heartbreaking number of people with disability who fall below the poverty line. With one in five Australians living with a disability, it is more important than ever to support people to overcome disadvantage and inequity. The St Vincent de Paul Society Queensland (Vinnies) … Read more about Vinnies Caloundra providing the ultimate hand-up
When EPIC recently awarded a community grant to Atherton-based charity Disability Matters, we were delighted to find one of our participants was already working there! Kevin has been cleaning the Disability Matters cars since 2015, working every Monday and Tuesday morning. Manager Kirsty says … Read more about Kevin cleans up with Disability Matters
Maitland Football for All is a sports group based on the belief that everyone has the right to be part of a team, and sport is for everyone. Through the club, children with disability have the opportunity to stretch their legs, while making new friends and learning valuable life lessons. Coach … Read more about Every child has the right to be part of a team
Everyone is born with the intrinsic desire to express themselves. Creative media carries an incredible power in allowing individuals to access this self-expression. Through art forms, you can discover outlets that develop hope, improve mental health, relieve stress, and enhance empathy. Compass … Read more about Compass Institute enables people with disability to unleash creativity
For many local families, putting food on the table is a daily stress and challenge. But one local charity, Hand in Hand Community Project Moreton Shire (Hand in Hand), is working hard to change this reality. Over the past four years, Nellie Waldron and her volunteer team at Hand in Hand have … Read more about Hand in Hand feeds the community with EPIC grant
Living alongside a family member with mental illness can be tough for kids, who are often required to step up and assume responsibilities beyond their years. And with 1 in 5 Australians living with mental illness at any one time, many families are navigating these challenges every day. Kookaburra … Read more about Camp supports kids to just be kids