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3 easy ways to get involved
There are many ways you can leverage your corporate support to help the kids and families who need Hannah’s House. We understand your partnership with a not-for-profit organisation needs to be meaningful and we will work our hardest to align with your goals and needs.
Here are just some of the ways to get your business and team involved.
Host an office event
Engaging the team in a fundraising event for a cause such as Hannah’s House is great for morale, team building, goal setting and creativity. Who doesn’t like an inter-office challenge?
We can work with you to create a personalised event or activity and come in and talk to the team about Hannah’s House, our kids and how their funds will make a difference.
Your business might prefer to get involved in an organised event like HBF Run for a Reason or City to Surf by entering a team and fundraising for Hannah’s House.
Workplace Giving is a simple, tax-effective way for staff to give to a registered charity of their choice that has deductible gift recipient (DGR) status, through their pre-tax salary. Employers can support staff to give by offering a charity or charities for staff to support and providing deductions easily via their Payroll system.
Offering to match the gifts made by staff through workplace giving is a great morale booster and research has found that it makes it employees feel their company is an even better place to work!
Your organisation could also make a direct, tax deductible donation to Hannah’s House.
All donations help us to provide our programs including in-home respite, palliative and end-of-life care and other support services to families free of charge.
We also welcome the donation of goods and professional services, which can help reduce our expenditure costs or boost our fundraising efforts.
Hannah's life defied expectations from the very beginning.
Hannah was born with a rare congenital condition and was not expected to live past her first birthday. Her condition demanded constant care and vigilant monitoring, which parents Jacky and Martin faithfully provided at home. Tragically, in 2010, Hannah passed away at the age of 19.
Families like Hannah's often find themselves challenged with the continuous and daunting set of physical, emotional, and financial challenges, as they dedicate themselves to round-the-clock care for their children. This level of caregiving can lead to exhaustion, social isolation, compromised mental health, and a significant decline in overall well-being, affecting not only the parents but also their other children.
Hannah's mum and dad Martin and Jacky founded 'Hannah's House' to offer unwavering support to children, from birth to 18 years, who have been diagnosed with life-limiting or complex conditions, as well as their families.
We are dedicated to ensuring families receive the support they need, when they need it.
Your effort can make a big impact
It is only through the kind generosity of people like you, our corporate donors, that we can continue to provide support free-of-charge to children and families when they need us most.
Many of us experience the joy of children in our lives, but for families with children diagnosed with a life-limiting condition or complex care needs, the ongoing challenges can often overwhelm those feelings as they simply try and cope with the complexities they face.
Hannah’s House provides vital respite, support and relief for families who are experiencing significant emotional, physical, financial or social hardship as a result of caring for a child with these complex needs and conditions