This Christmas, in the spirit of giving, SABA will donate $5 for every $50 spent on gift cards to support the wonderful work of this organisation, www.saba.com.au/
Inala, founded in 1958, provides a range of services to support each person to develop skills, participate in the community and to live as independently as possible. Inala supports 180 individuals across Sydney in day programs, residential services and supported employment.
SABA General Manager, Inger Adamson, said, “At a time of the year when we are encouraged to think about others, we are delighted to be working with Inala in a collaboration that will make a significant difference in the lives of people who have so much to offer to the community.”
The SABA Gift Card campaign and the 2011 SABA online Christmas Gift Guide will launch on Wednesday, 23rd November in-store and online, www.saba.com.au/
Inala’s Community Relations Manager, Lynn Varvel, said, “the money raised will go towards the ongoing development of our creative arts and hand craft programs for Inala Day Services. Materials alone cost us approx $45,000 per year.”
And the giving doesn’t stop there. As a gift to SABA loyal customers, during the first two weeks of the Gift Guide promotional period, VIPs will enjoy a 25% off on online and in-store purchases.
Our VIP customers will also have the chance to win a VIP Summer Holiday to Vanuatu via SABA facebook ‘like’ promotion. www.saba.com.au
SABA has had a powerful influence on the Australian fashion scene since 1965. Starting in Melbourne's Flinders Lane as The Joseph SABA Shirt Shop, the company has remained at the forefront of Australian fashion ever since, and is now seen as a chic, contemporary label for both women and men.
Saba was acquired by the Apparel Group in July 2005 and moved its Head Office to Sydney shortly after. A leader in the Australian fashion industry, Apparel Group designs and manages its brands in Australia with strong manufacturing relationships in Asia. For further information, please visit www.saba.com.au
Inala is a Rudolf Steiner organisation supporting individuals with disabilities.
Established in 1958, Inala, meaning ‘place of peace’, has acquired a reputation for excellence and quality in the services and support provided. Services include Day and Vocational Programs and Residential Services. As of 1 July 2010, Inala now incorporates Miroma, a sister Steiner organisation based in Sydney's East.
As a not-for-profit organisation and a Registered Charity, Inala depends on the support of the whole community, including government, families, staff, friends, businesses and community groups to continue, improve and grow the services we offer. For further information on Inala, please visit www.inala.org.au