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Community centre gains that cutting edge

Evolving from community action and very humble beginnings in 1974, the Bowden Brompton Community Group Inc has grown into a mature organisation, providing support services including adult education programs, housing services, and informal recreational and pleasure activities.

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DonorTec's Impact: Sustainable housing for everyone – a right


Community Housing Limited is an innovative and best practice social housing organisation which assists access to, develops and manages sustainable housing for people in need.

“Improved IT capacity ensures a higher quality of service resulting in better outcomes for the homeless and those in need…We thank DonorTec for its support and commitment to ensuring that all people are safely sheltered in secure and sustainable quality accommodation.”
-Steve Bevington

DonorTec Impact - Little River Landcare Group

Formed in late 1997, The Little River Landcare Group was created to address the need for an integrated approach to natural resource management within the Catchment area.

Situated in the Little River catchment of the Macquarie River valley in Central Western New South Wales, the Little River drains 258,000ha from over 300 farms and centres.

DonorTec's Impact: Giving the community the latest technology

Nestled in the picturesque New South Wales central coast rural region, the Mangrove Mountain Computer Club provides a relaxed atmosphere in which members of the local community can learn all about computers and how best to use them – at their own pace.



Empowering the blind and vision impaired

While most people associate Guide Dogs services with their famous icon – the Guide Dog – the provision of these special helpers is just part of the service provided by Guide Dogs Queensland.

The organisation educates clients about their vision loss so they are able to focus on what is achievable instead of what is not. It equips clients with the mobility aids and skills necessary to live independent lives.