DRSSA relies almost entirely on donations to survive. Of course we apply for grants and we are grateful for the support we receive from the Office for Recreation and Sport to help us continue to provide opportunities for people with a disability in South Australia but donations are also vital to allow us to deliver our services.
All donations over $2.00 are tax deductable and can be made in all the usual ways.If you would like to discuss regular donations e.g. a monthly amount deducted from your bank account, please contact our Fundraising Team to set that up.
DRSSA owns and operates a small call centre and runs specific fund raising campaigns during the year. We are currently conducting an appeal help Olivia Sinclair acquire an assistance dog. For more information click here
There is now a new way to donate to DRSSA and DRSSA programs and members!
Introducing our very own fundraising website http://drssa-donations.myshopify.com/
This website works in a similar way to other fundraising websites you may already know however as this is our own site all donations will go to DRSSA without other websites taking a portion for admin fees etc.
You simply follow the links on the page to donate to DRSSA or a program or member of your choice. You will then receive a receipt directly from the website for your fully tax deductible donation.
We hope that you may be able to find the generosity to support DRSSA and we thank you very much for any donation that is made.
All charities rely on the goodwill of the wider community to survive. One way you can help us into the future is to arrange a bequest from your estate. Please contact our Fundraising Team for further details.
The DRSSA Call Centre employs 10 part-time staff and operates 6 days per week. We run 2 shifts most days and call individuals and businesses across Australia.
We also run small campaigns on behalf of other charities. If you would like our call centre to assist you with your fund raising campaign, please contact our Fundraising Team for further information.