Date: Oct 6, 2019
REDinc was founded in 1991 by parents of school leavers with disabilities, who were concerned that there was not enough support provided to their children as they transitioned into the next stage of their lives. Since its beginnings, the not-for-profit has expanded to assist people with disability in a range of different areas, whether that be work, living with greater independence, learning new skills, or participating in activities in a social environment.
On this social front, REDinc operates a studio where individuals with a platform for expression, where they can create artworks with the support of trained professionals. In addition, a cycling club has been created to increase the general health and well-being those who take part.
The Lyone Foundation's funding of $22,500 will support REDinc to continue helping promote and physical health, with life-changing benefits.