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MEDIA, JOBS & RESOURCES FOR THE COMMON GOOD

Victorian Deaf Society (Vicdeaf)

Contact

Name: Gill Victor

Position: General Manager Marketing & Engagement

Email: gillv@vicdeaf.com.au

Address

L4 340 Albert St

East Melbourne

Melbourne 3002

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Our Mission / Objective

Vicdeaf’s vision is for our clients and community to live in an accessible, inclusive society with equal opportunity in all areas of life.

We are a progressive, iconic community organisation that:
– Builds pride in being Deaf
– Improves social, economic, cultural and civic participation
– Supports people to communicate and connect with the world
– Advocates and promotes the aspirations of those we service

Our Services

Employment readiness and support service (SensWide Employment)

Audiology, hearing loss and tinnitus management and assistive listening devices (hearservice)

Deafness awareness training

Case management

Independent living training

Shared supported accommodation

Social groups

Auslan classes

Interpreting and notetaking

Information services

NDIS supports including group and individual supports and community activities

Our Beneficiaries

We service people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, LGBTIQ, have sensory loss or experience other barriers to participation.

Projects in Progress

Vicdeaf has a raft of services across Victoria, including

– Hearing loss prevention and public awareness programs;
– Work readiness programs;
– Hearing Awareness and Deafness Awareness Training;
– Public Transport and independence supports;
– Auslan for Deaf migrants
– and many more supports.

Our People

CEO

Ms Christine Mathieson, Chief Executive Officer

Names of Board Members

For a full list of our Board of Directors, please click here.

Number of Employees

100 FTE plus casual interpreters (150)

Registration Information

ABN

56 004 058 084

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

By including a gift to Vicdeaf in your will, you can not only help support Vicdeaf now, but also leave an important legacy for future generations of Deaf and hard of hearing Victorians.

You can also choose to set up a trust fund to continue your support of Vicdeaf and our work with the Deaf and hard of hearing community.

If you would like information on leaving a bequest to Vicdeaf please contact us.

Learn More Here

General Donations

Donate to Vicdeaf today or include Vicdeaf in your workplace giving. Talk to us about how you can include us in your monthly donations.

Learn How To Support Vicdeaf Here.

 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Like most community service and not for profit organisations, volunteers play an important part at Vicdeaf in many of the activities and services we provide.

Volunteers can be involved in many different and important roles, either on an occasional basis or regularly. Major banks, Bunnings, Coca Cola Amatil and Bupa Health Insurance are a few of the companies who have already enjoyed volunteering as a team with Vicdeaf.

Activities include:
– Helping with special activities in our offices,
– Maintaining the library
– events support and much more.

To express your interest in volunteering with Vicdeaf, click here.

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Vicdeaf’s vision is for our clients and community to live in an accessible, inclusive society with equal opportunity in all areas of life.

We are a progressive, iconic community organisation that:
– Builds pride in being Deaf
– Improves social, economic, cultural and civic participation
– Supports people to communicate and connect with the world
– Advocates and promotes the aspirations of those we service

Our Services

Employment readiness and support service (SensWide Employment)

Audiology, hearing loss and tinnitus management and assistive listening devices (hearservice)

Deafness awareness training

Case management

Independent living training

Shared supported accommodation

Social groups

Auslan classes

Interpreting and notetaking

Information services

NDIS supports including group and individual supports and community activities

Our Beneficiaries

We service people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, LGBTIQ, have sensory loss or experience other barriers to participation.

Projects in Progress

Vicdeaf has a raft of services across Victoria, including

– Hearing loss prevention and public awareness programs;
– Work readiness programs;
– Hearing Awareness and Deafness Awareness Training;
– Public Transport and independence supports;
– Auslan for Deaf migrants
– and many more supports.

Our People

CEO

Ms Christine Mathieson, Chief Executive Officer

Names of Board Members

For a full list of our Board of Directors, please click here.

Number of Employees

100 FTE plus casual interpreters (150)

Registration Information

ABN

56 004 058 084

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

By including a gift to Vicdeaf in your will, you can not only help support Vicdeaf now, but also leave an important legacy for future generations of Deaf and hard of hearing Victorians.

You can also choose to set up a trust fund to continue your support of Vicdeaf and our work with the Deaf and hard of hearing community.

If you would like information on leaving a bequest to Vicdeaf please contact us.

Learn More Here

General Donations

Donate to Vicdeaf today or include Vicdeaf in your workplace giving. Talk to us about how you can include us in your monthly donations.

Learn How To Support Vicdeaf Here.

 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Like most community service and not for profit organisations, volunteers play an important part at Vicdeaf in many of the activities and services we provide.

Volunteers can be involved in many different and important roles, either on an occasional basis or regularly. Major banks, Bunnings, Coca Cola Amatil and Bupa Health Insurance are a few of the companies who have already enjoyed volunteering as a team with Vicdeaf.

Activities include:
– Helping with special activities in our offices,
– Maintaining the library
– events support and much more.

To express your interest in volunteering with Vicdeaf, click here.

Our Annual Reports

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