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$100

Helps Purchase Educational Resources

$100 can help purchase educational resources to run an integrated small group.

$200

Places a Child in an Integrated Small Group

$200 can help provide a place for a child in an integrated small group for 8 weeks.

$500

Helps Staff an Integrated Small Group

$500 can help staff an integrated small group for 8 weeks. 

$1,500

Helps Fund an Integrated Small Group

$1,500 can help deliver an integrated small group for 8-10 children over 8 weeks.

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Donate by cheque

You can write a cheque to The Infants’ Home and post it to us at:

17 Henry Street, Ashfield NSW, 2131

Donate via credit card

You can donate via credit card over the phone by calling (02) 9799-4844.

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Donate Today to Give a Child Like Jacob Every Opportunity for a Positive Future

Finding the Path for Future Success: Jacob’s Story

At the age of three, Jacob’s vocabulary was significantly delayed. He struggled to engage socially with others and had trouble regulating his emotions. Jacob’s mum, Tarnya, was told that it was unlikely that he would be able to attend a mainstream school.

Thankfully, Tarnya found The Infants’ Home.

From day one, Tarnya was heartened by the team’s commitment to learning all they could about Jacob’s strengths and challenges. This was a huge relief for her, as she had previously struggled to enrol her eldest child in childcare due to his additional needs, being told that he was “too difficult” to include, something that would be hard for any parent to hear. Tarnya feared she would have a having a similar experience with Jacob.

As Jacob began to settle into The Infants’ Home, he gained confidence. He developed friendships with other children and he even attended his first play date!

Tarnya says it is the inclusiveness and celebration of diversity which really helps to develop children’s understanding and acceptance of others.

Kids need to feel safe and that they belong. I look forward to watching Jacob’s continuous growth and development, which is only possible because of the solid foundation The Infants’ Home has provided during these vital years.

Your generosity has the power to transform the lives of children like Jacob who are living in extremely challenging circumstances.

We are counting on kind donors like you to help create a society in which every child will thrive.

You can read Jacob and his family’s full story on ‘Our Stories’ page here.