- How we help
- Case studies
Each month on average, Variety, the children's charity recieves requests for over $200,000 worth of life changing services and equipment to help sick, disadvantaged and special needs kids. Services and equiptment that are expensive and beyond the affordability of thousands of families.
Every dollar we contribute directly to children and the organisations that support them goes a long way. Everyday at Variety we see the increadibly positive impact this can have on the lives of children, their families and their communitites. Often in simple ways many people take for granted.
Variety Freedom Program
Brock is 10 years of age and was born with multiple medical conditions caused by an underlying structural brain abnormality causing associated epilepsy, cerebral palsy and vision impairment. Even though Brock’s disability is severe, he is active and can walk for short distances using a walker....
Eleven-year-old Katelyn has found freedom in the form of a motorized scooter funded by Variety. Katelyn has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy and requires support with tasks such as feeding, mobility and communication. “Katelyn is a beautiful girl who enjoys social outings and being...
Variety Future Kids Program
Samantha is a delightful six year old girl who takes pride in completing tasks independently. Samantha’s receptive language skills (i.e. ability to understand what another person is saying to her) are good however; her ability to express herself is severely limited due to her diagnosis. While...
Variety Queensland assisted in purchasing a $55,000 Sunshine Coach for Autism Queensland. The bus has been a welcomed addition to Autism Queensland’s Respite and Accommodation Service. This program transports children with Autism to school and accommodation houses on a weekly basis. The Respite...