The launch of the WS NSW Founders Circle was held in May at the Clive Austin Conference Centre, in the Royal Rehab Facility.

Our Patron, Louise Sauvage OAM and Chair Jason Preston met with Life Members, members, supporters, volunteers and staff to launch the WS NSW Founders Circle.

Patron Louise Sauvage OAM with Board Member and WS NSW Founders Circle Inductee Brendon Talbott

Chair, Jason Preston gave the group assembled an update on our organisation. Kate Gould from Hall & Wilcox gave an insightful presentation about estate planning and we thank Kate for her pro bono work in this regard.

All present left with a deeper understanding of the way in which community support is helping our members. We also thank Louise Sauvage OAM, for enlightening us about the importance of sport not just for herself  but for many of our members and the impact it has on other aspects of their lives.

Congratulations to John Randle, Yvonne Talbott OAM and Brendon Talbott who became our inaugural members inducted into the WS NSW Founders Circle at this event.

Click here for more information about the WS NSW Bequest Program or contact our Fundraising department on 02 9809 5260



Robert Talbott OAM, Yvonne Talbott OAM (Life Member and Inductee to the WS NSW Founders Circle) and Graeme Watts AM (Life Member)

Volunteers of WS NSW Chris Byatt, Francis Haran and Laurie Willoughby


Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW), formed in 1961, is a charitable organisation with a mission to enrich the lives of people living with a disability through participation in sport.

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