We are very proud of our respite program, where once a month a number of our volunteers visit the My Home Disability Centre, which is based at Birrong in Sydney’s south west. This respite centre is designed to allow families and other unpaid caregivers of those with a disability to have much deserved and much needed, planned breaks and our volunteers feel privileged to spend quality time with the short-term residents, who are all aged 18 years or older. We love engaging with the participants, whether it’s cooking meals for them, playing games, entertaining or otherwise interacting with them. As Brothers In Need continues to expand its great work in the community, it’s our intention to become involved with several other respite venues.
There are many families in Sydney who have certain disabilities and they sometimes don’t feel themselves. Brothers In Need go to homes to keep the families together and provide them with food and money to get by if necessary.
We aim to visit as many disability homes and elderly homes as possible. This allows us to both ensure they’re doing well and to also learn from their past experiences.
You can sign up to be one of our volunteers and visit some of the homes with us. Or you can simply donate what you can.
A fortnightly program full of meaningful discussion and team bonding. Different topics and guest speakers.
Flood Crisis Appeal
In mid to late March 2021, extreme rainfall in Australia’s east led to almost unprecedented flooding
Homeless Outreach Programs
It’s a sad fact that homelessness is on the rise in Australia and there were almost 38,000 people in NSW in the Census who were classified as being homeless
Respite Centre Programs
We are very proud of our respite program, where once a month a number of our volunteers visit the My Home Disability Centre
The ‘Soup Kitchen’ initiative sees our regular volunteers combine with other members of the community who generously give
Visiting the Sick
Visiting the sick - either at home or in hospital - can provide the sick person with a huge psychological boost.
It was the late, great Nelson Mandela who said: “the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow” and at Brothers In Need
Return and Earn
The Return And Earn initiative was introduced by the state government in late 2017 as a practical way of reducing the volume of litter
Because of its climate, Australia is a nation which is extremely vulnerable when it comes to bushfires.
Australia has always been a country which is prone to drought, and over the past quarter of a century
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in many families and individuals losing jobs.
Leave a Gift
At certain times in each of our lives, we all need make important decisions relating to our financial affairs.