• Loud Shirt Day

    Events, News and Events / 05 February

    Get ready to bring the noise in 2020 and get LOUD! By signing up to get LOUD on Friday 23 October, you’ll be joining over 10,000 other LOUD supporters nationwide! In 2019, our LOUD supporters raised over $46,000 to support deaf and hard of hearing kids in South Australia – what an amazing result! In…

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  • The Advertiser Foundation 2020 AFL Season Launch

    Events, News and Events / 04 February

    You’re invited to join us as South Australia’s leading group of football experts deliver their insights on the hotly anticipated season. Can:Do 4Kids are proud to be chosen alongside The Motor Neurone Disease Association of SA as the charity partners for this great event. Hosted by Channel 7’s Mark Soderstrom, the event will feature guest…

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  • Dinner in the Dark

    Events, News and Events / 30 January

    Join us for a culinary experience like no other! Established in 2014 it is the first of its kind in the state and raises funds for vital services for South Australian children who are blind, Deaf or sensory challenged. Enter a world where your notion of taste and smell are tested…for a good cause. National…

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  • Make Trivia Great Again!

    Events, News and Events / 29 January

    Dust off those bell bottoms, safari suits and fur coats! Don your best retro/op-shop inspired outfit as we make trivia great again at our 2019 Family Trivia Night! Date – Saturday 13 June 2020 **NEW DATE**Location – St Josephs Catholic School Community Hall, HectorvilleTickets – $20 per person, book before Friday 1 May to receive a complimentary…

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  • Zara’s Story

    Uncategorized, News, News and Events / 02 December

    Two-year-old Zara is a happy, gregarious and engaging little girl who just loves people. But unlike most of us, she can’t rely on her vision to aid her interactions. Zara was born with optic nerve hypoplasia (under-developed optic nerves), nystagmus and astigmatism in both eyes, all of which means she has only very limited sight….

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  • Hamish’s Story

    Uncategorized, News, News and Events / 02 December

    Born prematurely at 24 weeks and weighing just 380g, Hamish faced a number of serious health challenges early on in life. Not the least of these was the need for emergency laser eye surgery, after which it was discovered Hamish was experiencing nystagmus (dancing eyes). Further analysis led to a diagnosis of ocular albinism, which…

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