Transition to Retirement site was fortunate in having the Soroptimist Group over for a garden makeover. Last year, the Soroptimists have been involved in supporting Windgap’s gardens in Residential Services and now, the ladies Terry and Marcia rolled up their sleeves with the retirees and clients. They had a fantastic morning planting and putting up the finished mosaic artwork in the garden.
Windgap and Mr Espresso is now proud partners for an exciting social enterprise that will provide employment opportunities for eager members from Windgap who have been trained at our Eastlakes DSK Hospitality and Learning Centre. Transition to Work’s Tim Lockwood, Laura Cameron and Wai Sing Siu have already started serving delicious coffee and treats at The Mr Espresso by Windgap Café at 522 Bunnerong Road, Matraville. The official launch was on 3 December, on The International Day for People with Disabilities with the attendance of Councillor Brendan Roberts, Minister for Disability Services Hon. John Ajaka, Ron Hoeing, MP., Councillor Murray Matson and Michael Daley MP. With the support of the community and sponsors, Mr Espresso by Windgap will bring inclusion and meaningful employment opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities.
Getting involved in events such as our Gala Ball is a great way to support Windgap Foundation. All proceeds went towards our Transition to Retirement initiative to enable our supported employees to enjoy retirement with dignity!
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