Sir Roden and Lady Cutler Foundation follows Sir Roden’s example of serving his fellow Australians, in providing the neediest in Australia with
• Financial and material assistance through the Special Circumstances Grants Scheme (subject to funds availability).
• Transport through the Patient Transport Service Service (up to 100 trips per week).
Sir Roden and Lady Cutler Foundation through its Special Circumstances Grant was able to fund and donate a wheelchair accessible vehicle to a young quadriplegic boy’s family.
Sir Roden and Lady Cutler Foundation relies overwhelmingly on the generosity of the corporate sector and private donations. Your donation will help us to help when there is no one else who can.
How will the funds be used?
Patient Transport Service: Sir Roden and Lady Cutler Foundation Inc. drives for free the seriously or terminally ill, children, elderly or disabled (including mental health) to and from their medical appointments. Our passengers are too ill or frail for public transport or taxis. Many, especially the elderly, do not have family support to assist them during these times. Many of our passengers are cancer patients requiring daily radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
Special Circumstances Grant Scheme: Applications are received from health care professionals for assistance to people when there is no one else to help them. Examples include: medical equipment, hearing aids, Christmas present money for a young family with a dying mother, travel costs for respite, electric wheelchair and scooter, small grants for vehicle wheelchair conversions.
Key Areas of Expenditure
Patient Transport Service – The funds cover the costs of running 9 vehicles using volunteer drivers and 2 Transport Co-ordinators.
Special Circumstances Grants Scheme – Funding special requests for people who find themselves in necessitous circumstances. Examples include: medical equipment, travel costs for respite, electric wheelchair and scooter.