Who We Have Helped

Thanks to the generous support of our wonderful community of donors and supporters, volunteers and staff at Sargood on Collaroy, the Sargood Foundation is able to change people’s the lives of people with spinal cord injury for the better.

DB

Following his injury, DB has been living in an aged care facility as he has been wheelchair bound and requires help for completing his personal care.

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Ellen

Ellen and her partner Steph, who is her Carer, were able to experience their very first stay at Sargood on Collaroy, thanks to the support of our generous community of donors.

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Beau

Richard is one of Sargood’s most long standing and much loved guests. Although he lives in Townsville, Richard’s love for travel and adventure has seen him enjoy frequent stays at Sargood since we opened.

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Richard

Richard is one of Sargood’s most long standing and much loved guests. Although he lives in Townsville, Richard’s love for travel and adventure has seen him enjoy frequent stays at Sargood since we opened.

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John

Originally from Seattle, John sustained his spinal cord injury (SCI) less than a year ago and was delighted to be able to stay at Sargood recently, thanks to the support of our community of donors.

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Jack

Jack came to Sargood with his parents and three brothers and sisters earlier this year, hoping to see what activities might be possible for him to undertake as he adjusts to life with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), but also to have a much needed break as a family on the beautiful Northern Beaches.

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Macaulay & Family

Thanks to the kind generosity of our community of donors and supporters, the Sargood Foundation were able to support the recent stay of 12 year old Macaulay and his family.

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Kate and Grant

Nearly 5 months ago, Grant’s bike accident led to him being admitted to the Prince of Wales Spinal Unit, 2 hours away from his family in Kiama.

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Ken

Ken suffered a spinal cord injury back in 1971 when he was teacher-in-charge of a small school near Wagga. After his initial recovery he was able to walk short distances with the aid of walking sticks.

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Carolyn

Over 65, with no NDIS or other funding and a recent injury, Carolyn and her husband Brian enjoyed their first stay at Sargood thanks to the support of the Sargood Foundation.

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