Friends of Gig Buddies Sydney
Quality custom promo products
We’re extremely passionate about making merch good!
We started out printing t-shirts for friends bands in our local scene. This grew slowly over time into the business we have today.
Now, our staff have over 30 years combined experience working within the industry. We print and embroider on 600+ products for all types of businesses.
We have a simple mission - to create the best products possible. We’ve done the hard work and sourced the best merch on the planet - so you don’t have to.
Bus Stop Films
Bus Stop Films come highly recommended from many gig buddies (participants) who have benefitted from their inclusive programs.
Bus Stop Films is a pioneering, not-for-profit organisation that uses filmmaking and the film industry to raise the profile of people living with disabilities and other marginalised groups, on both sides of the camera.
Through their Accessible Films Studies Program and the brilliant films they create, they provide a platform for the voices and stories of their participants to be shared around the world, whilst advocating for a more inclusive film industry and society at large.
Freedom and social connection for people with disability.
We are a team of psychologists, behaviour analysists and allied health professionals who practice person-centred positive behaviour support.
We provide NDIS participants with psychological services, functional behaviour assessments, behaviour support plans, training, coaching, and consulting.
Employment Consultant - North Sydney
Non-for-profit in the Chatswood area that aims to help vulnerable people in our community by providing quality employment, training, occupational rehabilitation and allied health services through a range of programs.
Healthy Mind - Easy Read Mental Health Website
From the Black Dog Institute
Healthy Mind is an online Easy Read tool for building good mental health.
The Black Dog Institute runs this program.
Their job is to help people with their mental health
Sports and Recreation Programs
Reclink Australia’s national program provides sport and recreation opportunities to the most hard to reach people in our community, including:
Culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD)
People with a disability
Individuals with at-risk behaviours (such as drug and alcohol abuse, gambling etc)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
Job Search Website
EthicalJobs.com.au helps organisations that are making a difference to find passionate and committed staff – helping them to make more of a social and environmental impact though their activities.
uni 2 beyond is a multi-award winning initiative of the Centre for Disability Studies
uni 2 beyond is an innovative and award-winning social inclusion initiative for people with intellectual disability who want to experience university life. Through uni 2 beyond, participants are supported to take part in university life as audit (non-enrolled) students.
Social Skills for Teens & Young Adults
Friends Matter Program: Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS®) is a 16-week evidence-based social skills course for motivated young people interested in learning skills to make and keep friends. Run by Cerebral Palsy Alliance, this internationally acclaimed program was originally developed at the University of Los Angeles by Dr Elizabeth Laugeson.
During each group session, teens & young adults are taught important social skills and are given the opportunity to practise them.
Independent Dance Company
For the last seven years, Sydney-based independent company DirtyFeet has been opening up the world of contemporary dance. Since 2012, its (dis)ability workshop series, The Right Foot, has enrolled participants from across the ability spectrum. Run annually, this five-session program brings the dance class and the thrill of performance to those affected by physical and intellectual conditions that would otherwise preclude them.
Integrated performance company
Murmuration is Australia’s pioneering integrated performance company based in Western Sydney. Working with a collective of interdisciplinary professional artists with and without disability, we collaborate with each artist’s unique perspective, physicality and lived experiences, to create engaging and thought-provoking arts and entertainment.