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By donating to STaR, you’re helping a kid who faces challenges, to get a better start in life. We thank you.

When children who are less challenged or face a disability attend childcare and early schooling, they’re proven to do better academically, in their social skills, and in building of their confidence.

To sponsor a childcare centre, or discuss other ways you would like to show your generosity, please contact us. All transactions are processed in Australian dollars.

Again we thank you for your donation to The STaR Association.

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Meet our STaR Families

If you haven’t done so already, please meet our families and read the beautiful success stories of children and childcares that have worked together with The STaR Association.

Timmy’s Story
Timmy’s Story

Timmy joined STaR and Top Ryde Early Learning in January this year. Since then, he has come a long way. In June, he celebrated his 4th birthday with his peers and educators.

Minaa’s Story
Minaa’s Story

When Minaa came to STaR at 4 years old, she was a delightful, social little girl who seemed physically frail and passive.

Maddie’s Story
Maddie’s Story

Because their daughter has a complicated medical condition, it has been hard for parents Sally and Gerard to enrol Maddison in a childcare program and trust that the educators could care for her.

Julie’s Story
Julie’s Story

People unfamiliar with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) might expect a child who is always unhappy or withdrawn. Seeing Julie at childcare could change their minds.

Nathaniel’s Story
Nathaniel’s Story

Nathaniel is a very sociable little boy, just 5 years old, who gets invited to the birthday parties of other children whom attended his childcare centre at Glenwood.

Saeed’s Story
Saeed’s Story

Saeed is four years old. His family are refuges from Sudan. He loves playing with his friends at Kids Early Learning – Rooty Hill. He has Down Syndrome but that doesn’t define who he is.

Emily and Ruby’s Story
Emily and Ruby’s Story

Emily and her twin sister Ruby began attending a STaR affiliated centre in February 2015 and could often be found with their peers at the puzzle table or in the sandpit.

Will’s Story
Will’s Story

Will spent the first months of his life in an overseas orphanage, neglected and undernourished. Arriving at his new home in Australia at 16 months old, Will couldn’t crawl, play or grasp his mother’s finger.

Lili’s Story
Lili’s Story

Lili was born a healthy baby but contracted severe meningitis at 8 weeks old. This caused significant brain damage resulting in a developmental delay.