Dear Phillip, Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation,
This is just a very small token of my appreciation of the wonderful work you do with your many helpful volunteers on your Pick Me Up Service.
I have GREATLY benefited from the help given by your drivers since August this year, and hope to continue doing so in the future. All the very best for christmas 2015.
Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation,
Because of the Generosity of this foundation I was able to attend the Sydney Hospital Eye Clinic on Friday the Second of August.
The journey to and return was very much appreciated by my wife and I. The assistance by John, the courtesy and patience shown by John when fastening our seat belts and opening the doors is memorable to us.
He was driving a VW Caddy. I consider John a worthy ambassador for your foundation. Could you please convey our thanks and kind regards for the time and effort during the time he spent with us.
Helen and Lawrie Ross
To the Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation,
Thank you to the Foundation and its drivers for the trips to Balmain Hospital. My health and strength have been greatly improved by attendance to exercise classes.
I enclose a donation to help the foundation continue its work.
To Dear David, Philip and the 2 Johns,
Just wanted to say thank you for all your kindness and helpful and thoughtful ways following my recent knee surgery I am back at work and though there is still a way to go. There has been great improvements that I wouldn’t have had without rehab.
To the Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation
"I would like to thank your Charity for purchasing my car ramp. It is a good help for my carer and myself. We would be home all the time. Now I am going to TAFE again which I missed so much. Thank you again."
J.D & E.P
To the staff at Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation
"My name is S. L. and I suffer from Cerebral Palsy. I live in a nursing home called Sir Joseph Banks. Once a week, I have the opportunity to attend a day centre, it's only possible because Sir Roden Cutler Charities organise transport for me to get there. Without that, I'd be lost. Many, many thanks for your support and allowing me the opportunity to participate in activities I would otherwise miss out on." -
To Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation
"My name is Justin Reid. I am 41 years old and suffer from FSH Muscular Dystrophy. As a result I am confined to a wheelchair and unable to drive a car or use public transport easily. In 2001, after receiving counselling for depression, I became determined to do something positive with my life. Counselling had helped me so much, it seemed a natural progression for me to become a counsellor myself and use my experience to help others.
Sir Roden Cutler Charities 'Pick Me Up' program came to my rescue when all other transport services had let me down. They provided transport from the Catholic University at Strathfield, where I completed a Graduate Diploma in Counselling, to my home in Kingsford on a regular basis for three years. After hearing a lot of excuses from other transport services it was a real pleasure to deal with SRCC's friendly 'can do' staff. I can't fully express my gratitude but it's certainly true to say I couldn't have done it without them. My heartfelt thanks to Sir Roden Cutler Charities, you really saved my life."
To whom it may concern
"It is my great pleasure to write a letter of support for the Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation in their application for all upcoming community grants. The work the Foundation has done, and continues to do throughout my electorate and into further Metropolitan Sydney is truly amazing.
I had the opportunity to meet with the Foundation several months ago and they have thoroughly impressed me with the social service they provide, in our community this is truly invaluable.
The individuals and groups they assist as a whole are often isolated from greater society and the work of the Foundation provides them with a much needed network of support. It is my hope then that they are considered strongly in any future grant applications. I would love to see this social justice survive well into the future.
I hope this letter finds you well.
Craig Laundy MP