Donate to L4Life

Your donation, big or small, will help us overcome the barriers that impact the trajectory of an autistic child’s life. There are various ways in which you can donate to Learning for Life Autism Centre (L4Life).

One time donation

Your one time donation will assist us to continue to provide high-quality ABA-based services to help autistic children and their families live the life they choose, regardless of their financial circumstances.

Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

Regular giving

Regular giving provides a predictable stream of funding, enabling us to plan for larger scale programs and subsidies.

You can help us create brighter futures by giving to our regular giving program.

Gift in Will

Individual donors can choose to support Learning for Life by leaving a legacy bequest in their will. There are a number of different ways in which you can leave a bequest.

Workplace giving

You can ask your employer to deduct an amount from your pre-tax pay, or check if they are one of the many who will match your donation via Good2Give or Benevity.

Become a Community Fundraiser

Join the L4Life Village to raise funds through your own events.

How your support helps

Fundraising and donor support continues to play a critical role in the growth and sustainability of L4Life and has been an integral part of our mission to provide children and their families with high quality services regardless of their financial and social circumstances. 

Below are just some of the stories of the people we support.

Supporting families in times of need

“L4Life subsidised our program until our funding was approved. This kind of support makes you feel like someone has your back.” says Alice.

Our funding subsidies also allows for program continuity, which is vital to the learning of a child.  This has been integral to Alice's family and her two son's who have required the services of L4Life.  With family in the midst of the war in Ukraine, Alice and her family have experienced constant upheaval, financial pressures and extreme emotional stress. But, she says: “the [L4Life] team were extremely supportive and flexible to pause our therapy when we had to deal with other matters.”

*names changed for privacy.

Supporting non-funded families

As a PhD student from India and with a husband in contract work, Poornima and her family were unable to fund the therapy, or receive NDIS funding, for her son Likhil's therapy. L4Life subsidised his therapy hours so that Likhil could receive the ABA support he needs.

"L4Life partner with you on your journey. We meet with the therapist team every week to share our frustrations, challenges and also our wins."

Being able to work with the L4Life Team has helped Poornima accept and understand her son's, autistic diagnosis and work with the team on developing his speech. Something she could not have done without our subsidies.