A special delivery
A SPECIAL delivery has been made to Senses Australia’s group home in St James.
Ikea Perth donated household items to the not-for-profit organisation on July 12, which will help make a real difference to the lives of people with disability, enabling Senses Australia to update the living spaces for clients and visitors to enjoy.
Senses Australia chief executive Debbie Karasinski said the organisation appreciated Ikea Perth’s support.
“Senses Australia would like to thank Ikea Perth for choosing to support our group homes through their Small Actions Add Up community program,” she said.
“As part of the program, Ikea Perth kindly donated $1314.80, which will be used to update worn-out household items in our group homes. Ikea Perth are also kindly donating items for our clients’ use, including kitchen and bathroom items, furniture, lights and artificial plants.
Senses Australia has provided disability services to the WA community for more than 120 years and supports more than 650 children and adults of all ages with a wide range of disabilities.
Senses staff Yien Ha and Nadine Henderson, Ikea staff Agatha Fonseca and Ann Lindblad with Senses clients Sharon, Peter, Tracey, Albert and Louise. d471522