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AEIOU 

AEIOU is Australia’s largest provider of full time early intervention for children with autism aged from two and a half to six years. 

It costs $40,000 to put one child through a year at AEIOU. This valuable program enables kids with autism to integrate into mainstream schooling and reach their full potential. Currently, there's a $10,000 funding gap for each child’s placement at an AEIOU centre. For every $10,000 AEIOU raises, they can then leverage a further $30,000 of funding in Government support, therefore providing a placement for one child.

We raise money by participating in fundraisers throughout the year, including walking 40kms each October in the annual ‘Take a Hike Challenge.’ As always, we take our team outfits very seriously and are well-known for the enthusiasm we bring to our fundraising. Check out some of our costumes in the gallery! 

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Dancing CEOs 

On Saturday 15th May 2021 at Brisbane City Hall, Epic CEO Andrew Reid will perform a very special dance performance as part of the Dancing CEOs event. The event raises vital funds for Women’s Legal Services, an organisation dedicated to helping women and children experiencing domestic violence to reach a safer future. Despite providing over 30,000 services to Queensland women, currently 1 in 3 calls cannot be answered due to resource limitations. 

Epic is passionate about the Dancing CEOs event and the important services that Womens Legal Services provide for women and children. In previous years we have supported the event as part of Icon Group and in 2021 we hope to raise the most funds in our history of partication!  

Click here for more information.

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Very Special Kids

Very Special Kids cares for children with life-threatening conditions by providing a children's hospice and professional family support services. They help more than 800 families across Victoria with ongoing support from diagnosis all the way through to recovery or bereavement.

We learned about VSK and the amazing work they do through close friends of Epic. They have found enormous benefit in the care VSK provides their son.

For the last two years we’ve entered teams into their 24-hour Treadmill Challenge, and held fundraisers throughout the year to help support this amazing organisation. 

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