In 1922 Miss A. Barbara Barnett started one of the first ‘rest homes’ in Australia, with just 10 pounds and not enough blankets to go around the first night she opened the door to elderly people of Hobart. But through the generosity of the local community, St Ann’s has grown and evolved over the years to be one of the finest homes in the country.
It’s a similar story across our many homes — all built by the kindness and goodwill of the local community. Over the years various fundraisers, balls, donations and bequests have contributed to the infrastructure and services that we offer today.
Respect is a not-for-profit organisation with a proud history of caring for the aged in our communities for over a century. We owe a great deal of gratitude to the generosity of our supporters, patrons and friends who continue to support us. As a result of their donations, we can continue providing our residents and clients with the highest possible level of care and go above and beyond what’s expected.
For further information please contact our Head of Philanthropy, Deb Cutts on 0419 005 191 or at email@example.com
Make a Donation
Making a donation is easy and donors often tell us the sense of pride they feel in doing so. Donations can be directed towards a specific aged care home or research into aged care. We are grateful to receive donations of any size, which can be made using any of these methods:
To donate over the phone, call: 03 6429 9400
Donations by cheque can be forwarded to us at:
Respect Group Limited
50 Formby Rd Devonport 7310
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