All donations received are for the benefit of the children. All the office bearers and volunteers provide their services free of charge. Only direct costs for government fees and required costs to meet the charity's obligations are paid for and these costs are reimbursed from members fees and interest on funds invested.
To Make a Tax Deductible Donation.
Simply click on this link to go to our Benojo page and follow the easy steps. This will allow you to pay by Debit or Credit Card.
A receipt will be sent to you.
or if you prefer
Donations for our charity can be sent to our postal address at PO Box 1682 Melville South WA 6156.
Please ensure that you provide your details of name, mobile number and address for correspondence so that we can forward you a tax deductible receipt.
Via our Bank Account
Our bank account is with Bankwest at Ocean Keys. The details are BSB Number 306-139 and Account 010-793-0.
If donations are sent to this account we would also require you to provide your details and your address if you wish us to send to you a tax deductible receipt.
The website has been setup as a charity to obtain funds for children to continue receiving the Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation ( ABR ) treatment. The information contained on this website is of a general nature to inform people of the charity objectives and to give some idea of the ABR treatment. The charity personnel have no specific medical training and the information contained on this site does not constitute a recommendation that this treatment is suitable for all personnel, that ABR replaces any existing treatment for children with cerebral palsy or replaces any recommendations from a qualified medical practicioner. The website also has some links to other locations where ABR clinics have been started. Bio-Rehab for Kids Inc has no formal association with these clinics and we have no involvement in their operations. Bio-rehab for Kids Inc. also does not have any involvement in the information contained in any links nominated by these other sites. Each person must seek their own medical advice from a recognised medical practicioner to ascertain whether ABR could be beneficial to any person with a disability