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DeafCare is a not-for-profit charity organisation that caters to the needs of the deaf communities, especially those who use Australia Sign Language (Auslan). It is run by the Deaf people for the Deaf people. Our focus is on South East Queensland. It is registered as a charity to fund-raise under the Queensland Collection Act (CH3122). DeafCare is endorsed as Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) with the Australian Taxation Office.
In addition to main services, we provide few other services to the deaf community through funeral service in Auslan, aged and isolated visits, hospital and prison visit, and garden maintenance. The services are free. however we appreciate some donations.
budgeting, computing, life skills, literacy and numeracy, class for the deaf communities. Basic Auslan Course for the general community.
In 2007, we purchased a land at Loganlea for the purpose of building a community centre for the Deaf. The building will double as a base for DeafCare charity ministry.
The 1350 square metres land is at 1 Kraatz Avenue, Loganlea. It is close to Logan Hospital, Griffith University Logan Campus, shopping centres and commercial area. The land is in the middle of three freeways (Gateway, Logan and Gold Coast). Both Loganlea Railway Station and Logan bus stop are about 200 metres easy walk.
We are building a multi-
As of today, after 11 years of hard fundraising we are about $50,000 short to complete and obtain a certificate of occupancy. The fund will cover final stage – disabled specific balustrade (on the ramp), crash barrier, bollards, car park painting and extending island.
We appreciate any donation of cash or above-mentioned materials to build Deaf Community Centre. We love if you can contact us to discuss donation.
We would appreciate if you partner with us in our charitable works in the Deaf communities who uses Auslan Sign Language (Auslan). As a former missionary used to say, “the Deaf people, being a minority community, can’t do the work alone and they need help from the wider hearing communities.” For more information, click on the button.
DeafCare is a Deductible Gift Recipient with the Australian Taxation Office (all donations over $2.00 are fully tax deductible).