AUSTRALIAN KABUKI SYNDROME ASSOCIATION INC.

 

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The Association is a not for profit charitable organization, supporting persons with the condition of Kabuki syndrome and their family.
Our aim is to provide a line of communication and personal contact, particularly to the families whose child is newly diagnosed with the condition.

The Association’s National Family Day is our main focus in bringing the families together from across Australia. An education forum, on a second day, has been included at this time.

Many of the persons with the condition of Kabuki syndrome, and their Family, had never met another person with this condition until National Family Days had been organized.
There are approximately 30 known families within Australia, some isolated without personal contact with another family. To be able to give support to each other, share experiences and have social contact the National Family Day and Education Forum is an important event to attend.
Through the generosity of donations the Association can support this much valued event.

Donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible

Donations may be forwarded to the Treasurer of the Association.

13 Lockwood Road
Erindale.
South Australia 5066

Donations may be made by:

CASH: ( not recommended to send by mail )

CHEQUE / MONEY ORDER: ( made payable to the Association )

BANK TRANSFER: to ANZ BANK GLENSIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA 5065
BSB:  015-257 Act. No:  492416845

Please include your name and address with your donation so the Association can acknowledge your gift. You may wish to use the Donation Form

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ANNUAL DONATION REGISTER
If you would like to be registered on our Annual Donation Register please enter your details on the DONATION FORM and tick the Annual Donation Register box and forward to the Association.

Donations of $20.00 or more will receive the Newsletter and an annual reminder.

The Association thanks you for your generous support.

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