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Leaving a gift to Afford in your Will helps to provide essential disability services and supports to help people living with disability achieve their goals for home, work and life.

Thanks to a generous gift left in the Will of an Afford Supporter, Belmore Day Program now has an interactive and engaging claw machine that will entertain clients as well as support skills development.

The bequest was used to purchase a colourful claw machine for the site’s games room. The new game is packed with Afford merchandise, as well as many other goodies. The claw machine proves that working on hand-eye coordination can be fun! Clients also need a good dose of patience and persistence, as they try and manoeuvre the claw to reach the items.

Splashed with Afford colours and iconic logo, the claw machine suits Belmore’s site.

Belmore Day Program’s games room is a sensory space that engages clients in various hands-on activities.

Recently, the creative Belmore team made the finishing touches to the wall graphic to herald the Belmore name across one side of the games room wall.

For days when the weather seems a bit ordinary, or in unprecedented times when staying indoors is required, areas with arcade games and sensory equipment help to engage and stimulate clients on-site.

Besides having fun with games such as the claw machine and air hockey table, Belmore clients can enjoy safe social interaction and develop their friendships.

Find out more about how you can contribute to the life betterment of people living with disability by leaving a gift in your Will.

3 Ways You Can Give a Gift to Afford
(We recommend getting in touch with a solicitor to make sure that your will is correctly executed)
• Give a share of your estate (residuary gift).
• Give a fixed sum of money (pecuniary gift).
• Give a specific gift (generally property, or an item of value which can be sold to support Afford’s work).