Endeavour Foundation thanks inspirational team

21 September 2016

Endeavour Foundation CEO Andrew Donne recently attended the charity’s Sydney Area Committee ‘thank you’ party for supported employees at the Riverside Theatre, Church Street, Parramatta.

“At Endeavour Foundation we’re passionate about supporting people with a disability to live their best life. Work can provide people with a sense of purpose, an opportunity to contribute and gain skills, improve confidence and self-esteem,” Mr Donne said.

“As Australia’s largest employer of people with an intellectual disability, we focus on what people can do, their strengths and capabilities. We believe employment is a critical part of an inclusive, empowering community and we were delighted to take this opportunity to show the team just how much we appreciate their commitment and enthusiasm.”

 

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