Sunshine Butterflies Social Enterprise initiatives will positively promote people who are living with disability as equal participants within their community.
With support from staff, individuals will have the chance to put their skills to practice and produce innovative and creative products and services for positive social change in a supportive, safe and educational environment.
100% of the proceeds from our Social Enterprises go directly back to Sunshine Butterflies programs and initiatives to benefit members who are living with disability, providing choice, skills, education, opportunity and inclusion.
This program is proudly supported by:
To find our more information about Social Enterprise, please contact our team.
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