Get involved to help children find their voice.
Speech & Language Development Australia is a not for profit organisation with all profits and donations reinvested into expanding and delivering vital services for those with language and related disorders.
You can help by raising awareness of Language Disorder and fundraising in one of the following ways:
Find your voice for Language Disorder Awareness Week. Start a conversation and support the 1.7 million Australians affected by Language Disorder. We have more information coming soon, so stay up-to-date by signing up for our newsletter below, or Contact Us to register for more details.
Gold Coast Airport Marathon – 1 to 2 July 2017
Please be sure to register officially for the event by joining our team and using the following code to register RUN4KIDSLD at the event website HERE.
Bridge to Brisbane – 27 August, 2017
Exercise your voice and join “Team SALDA” as we raise awareness (and our heart rates) for Language Disorder during Bridge to Brisbane on August 27. Simply go to the Entry Page > join a team > select a race (5km or 10km) > and choose Team SALDA as your team name.
Lunch 4 Language
This September we are inviting you to hold a Lunch 4 Language event at your home, school, workplace and anywhere else you can think of. We will supply you with a fundraising kit to help you put on a great event whilst raising awareness of language disorder and vital funds to support our kids. For more information visit our Lunch for language website.
Be a Legend for kids with Language Disorder!
Perhaps there’s a challenge you’d like to take on like climbing a mountain or riding across QLD? Or maybe you enjoy organising events such as trivia nights, bake sales, garage sales, the list goes on. If you have an idea on how you’d like to raise funds for children with language disorder we’d love to hear it! Please ask to speak with the Fundraising Manager on (07) 3378 8625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support. Together we can help children and young people find their voice.