Camp changed young Aaron’s life…
My name is Aaron. My first DSR Kids camp was when I was 10. I was scared.
But, I loved camp! I loved going on the sit ski and going fast.
I’m now 16 and I tell the scared little ones that it’s going to be alright, that they won’t be lonely and they’ll make heaps of friends.
I think everyone should go on camp. It is so much fun, I want to share it with people.”
Aaron learned valuable life skills on our camp that will help him become an independent adult. He wants to share that experience.
We need generous people like you to keep this camp running, so children like Aaron and his friends, have a chance to learn and grow through active play.
Will you please help?
If you don’t want to donate online, there are plenty of other ways you can show your support for people with disability.
Donate at any NAB branch, by EFT or by BPay
Account Name: Disability Sport & Recreation
BSB: 083 170
Account No: 46542 0216
BPay biller code: 75333
BPay reference: please use your telephone number
Donate over the phone
Call our lovely fundraising team on 03 9473 0100.
Donate by post
Send cheque or money orders (made payable to Disability Sport & Recreation) to:
Disability Sport & Recreation
PO Box 207
Donate in person
Drop by and say hi. We’d love to see you!
You can find us at 341 George St, Fitzroy. We are open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Got any spare change? If your business or workplace would like to collect for Disability Sport & Recreation, we can give you one of our collection tins.
Please call 9473 0100 or email email@example.com
Hold your own event
Fundraising can be lots of fun! It’s a great excuse to get friends together for a party, or do something with your work mates. Whether you are at school, at work, part of a community group or a member of a sporting club or team, any event can be a fundraising event.
If you would like to hold a fundraising event, please fill our Proposal To Fundraise form.
Shop at Ritchies
Ask for your free Ritchies’ Community Benefit Card at your nearest Ritchies supermarket or liquor store! Nominate Disability Sport & Recreation as the recipient of a donation from Ritchies and each time you shop 1% of your total spend will be donated to us.
Our volunteers are important members of our team. When you generously give up some of your time, you are making a real difference to others.
There are many ways you can get involved, from helping with administration, fundraising, communications and social media, to volunteering at events and on our camps.
We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic people to join our team and we encourage people with disability to get in touch.
Interested in volunteering?
We will assess whether you are suitable for a volunteer role within our organisation. If you are not suitable, we will contact you to explain the reasons why. If you are suitable, we will contact you to arrange an interview (this could be via phone or video) to talk about your previous experience, training, interests and skills that may help when volunteering with us. We’ll also ask you what goals and outcomes you want to achieve through volunteering with us.
We will invite you to become a member of our ‘DSR Vollies’ Facebook page. This is where we post any upcoming volunteer opportunities – both short term and long term. We encourage you to express your interest in anything that you think is suitable.
If you are assigned a volunteer role, we will invite you to a volunteer induction session. This could be a group session, or one-on-one.
We will confirm your volunteer involvement with us once we receive your Working With Children’s Check and Police Check.
Not sure if volunteering is right for you? Have questions? Email us.
We also offer work experience placements for junior members.
Each year we receive many enquiries from students who would like to do work experience with us, however we often aren’t able to accommodate the requests we receive.
We will always try our best to make an exception for our junior members with disability.
If you are a junior member with disability and looking for a work experience placement, the first step is to email us.
You can also ask your parent, teacher or support worker to contact us on your behalf.
We also accept applications for university placements.
Please speak to your supervisor and contact us directly if you wish to work on a longer term project with us as part of your university degree.