Why partner with
disability support services?
At the time of writing, 411,500 Western Australians currently live with disabilities. In addition, one in every 17 people aged 15 and over in Western Australia have a disability while also being a carer of a person with disabilities. Culturally inclusive services and support workers are crucial to sufficiently care for communities in the region with differing abilities.
According to the Disability Services commission, by 2026, the number of people with disabilities in Western Australia is expected to increase by more than 210,000. With your support, organisations like EPIC are able to continue to offer the volume of services needed to support a wide range of individuals, families and carers to live lives they love.
For a company or brand, aligning with disability services in regional Australia shows support for caring services that make a true difference to people’s lives. As an organisation that celebrates diversity and empowers people in communities, this offers great appeal to the public to showcase values of care, inclusion and equal opportunities.
Our purpose is to create a world of abundant belonging. We work towards this by empowering people in the community through diversity celebration, community connection and respectful empowerment in WA’s disability support community.
The community loves to see regional Western Australia’s disability community represented, supported and equipped with the skills, services and tools they need to live meaningful lives.
Who is a partner?
Donated washing machines. A collaborative festival event. Using our centre facilities in exchange for smooches with your pooches. Partnerships come in many forms.
Reach out to discuss partnership opportunities.
Mutually beneficial activities
Ways to partner with us
Partnerships play a critical role in the services, facilities and opportunities presented to our participants. With your support, we are able to confidently work towards empowering people in communities to create a world of abundant belonging. While we’re open to any and all ideas you have for partnerships, here are a few ideas for what’s worked well in the past:
Community wellness programs such as physical exercise classes, workshops and guest speakers
Volunteer opportunities at your organisation
Award sponsorship at our annual awards gala
Your stall at our career expo
Activities for carers to engage in
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural workshops
Collaborating with us and co-facilitating programs