Be a part of our family
The Intellectual Disability Foundation is a pacesetter in supporting people with disabilities by providing meaningful work and opening employment opportunities.
Our aim is to cater to a wider spectrum of needs and support the most vulnerable members of our community. Join us to help achieve our goals by becoming a member.
Types of Membership
What does it mean to be a member
Join us at our social events.
Contribute in the decision making process.
People with intellectual disabilities are among the community's most disadvantaged.
By making a donation to the Intellectual Disability Foundation of St George you will be making a significant contribution to peoples lives, now and in the future.
Donations to The Intellectual Disability Foundation of St George are tax deductible.
Click here to make a contribution today
What is Bequest
Leaving a bequest to the Foundation means that you have the use of your funds or property during your lifetime and you provide assistance to us after your death.
Types of Bequest
A particular asset or a specified sum of money.
A percentage of a total estate or a percentage of the residue of a estate.
(This means that you can ensure family and friends are provided for as well as benefiting the Foundation.)
You may choose to leave a bequest freely/no strings attached.
(This means The Intellectual Disability Foundation of St George can apply the money to the areas most needed.)
You may Choose to leave a bequest with a specification for a particular purpose.
(E.G. - A house for the purpose of providing accommodation for people with intellectual disabilities.
Government support in providing accommodation for people with an intellectual disability is less than required.)
Advisory always seek independent legal advice.
If you require any further information regarding a bequest to The Intellectual Disability Foundation of St George, please do not hesitate to contact us.