At Cara, we work alongside more than 700 children and adults with disability. We are a leading South Australian disability-service provider.
Cara is a not-for-profit organisation, or, as we like to say, a profit-for-purpose. That means all money we raise goes straight back to supporting our stakeholders: the children and adults with disabilities in our Cara Community.
Donate today and make a difference
Every gift, no matter what the amount, goes a long way to help people with a disability live full and rewarding lives. Cara is a registered charitable organisation and our structure means 100 per cent of donations go directly to supporting our customers – not to office administration or running costs.
There are many ways in which you can help Cara find possible:
Donations of $2 and more are tax deductible.
You can choose to support one of our appeals, donate towards a project managed by Cara or even give a donation towards a group of customers living together.
When you remember Cara in your will, you are leaving instructions from the heart, and a legacy to the children and adults your gift will support.
Donors who are able to commit to Regular Giving, either fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or yearly (or whichever frequency suits you) means we can rely on you to fund experiences and enhance the lives of the children and adults we support.
At Cara, we’re fortunate to be supported by many businesses, community groups and individuals. We’re grateful for all support and welcome your ideas.
At Cara, we find possible and invite you to find possible with us. Corporate Partnerships present an exciting opportunity to not only align your organisation’s values with ours, but to also assist in the development and operation of Cara’s flagship events through sponsoring our events for customers and staff.
Cara is a charitable organisation you can trust, which is why we display the Registered Charity Tick
It’s is a logo that only registered charities can use to confirm their charity status. By displaying the Registered Charity Tick, charities show that they are transparent, accountable and meet the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission’s (ACNC) governance standards and reporting requirements.